10 U.S. Cities With the Most Dangerous Air to Breathe

Missoula, Montana

Known as the Big Sky Country, this wasn’t enough to keep Montana away from this article. Although, Missoula experienced “fewer spikes in short-term pollution from 2013 to 2015 than from 2012 to 2014”, this little improvement was really good news, according to the Lung Association. Here, the air quality hits bad levels on 8 ½ days per year, on average.

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  • DONNA LAGOMARSINO March 7, 2018 at 12:08 am

    Well when Dump gets done with America/Such as No More EPA.. We will have pollution all around in America and more illness & dearth…Wake up Citzens and get Mently Unstable Dump out of the White House and make America great again!!!!!!

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  • bob March 9, 2018 at 8:49 pm

    I been wanting to visit Colorodo and Reno .now that I am retired. I do have Copd,,and Uri .I live in upstate New York … We have are probelems wiht carbon ,fumes from cars.

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