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Pennsylvania workers in these industries face asbestos risks

Most people consider Pennsylvania a blue collar state, especially cities like Pittsburgh. There are many thriving industries in this state and households are largely comprised of the working class. There are certain jobs in this state and others that place workers and their families at great risk for asbestos-related injuries. If you or one of your family members works in a high-risk location, it's a good idea to learn as much as you can about asbestos and its potential harm to human health.

Asbestosis: Another risk from asbestos

When people think about diseases that arise from asbestos exposure, the most common disease brought up is mesothelioma. However, this is not the only disease that can arise from asbestos exposure. Another dangerous disease that asbestos exposure can lead to is asbestosis.

Family members of Pittsburgh workers at risk for asbestos injury

A lot more information regarding the dangers of asbestos is available nowadays than existed three or four decades ago. Back then, if you were a factory worker or earned a living in a Pittsburgh steel mill, shipyard or coal mine, you might not have known that, every time you reported to work, you were at risk for certain cancers and asbestos-related illnesses. In fact, you might not have even known what asbestos was or the potential risks it poses to human health.

How is the air quality in your child's Pittsburgh school?

When you recall the first time you sent your child to kindergarten, you likely remember feeling nervous and worried about the first few days or weeks of separation between you two. The fact is, this life-changing event can be just as hard on a parent as it is on a child. Perhaps your child is still in his or her first year at a Pittsburgh school or maybe that first kindergarten day was a decade ago.

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