These results indicate that O3 and PM2.5 measurements in the Sacramento Valley Air Basin were not correlated with asthma admissions at the UCMDC for the three-year period January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2012.There. That's done. Now maybe the EPA and CA will change things, right? Right??
If ambient O3 and PM2.5 measurements were in fact associated with hospital admissions for asthma, one could reasonably expect — and, in fact — ought to find some correlation in these data. But such a correlation was not identified.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Study: Ozone not linked with asthma hospitalizations in major California hospital system
Junk Science decided to take CA and the EPA to task concerning the harmful effects of Ozone to those with asthma. Guess what? There are none that can be detected!