One new study found that government information rarely tells the whole story about possible health risks from high exposures over short periods. Using a computer model, researcher David R. Brown of the Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project and two colleagues showed that without data on wind patterns, pollution readings don’t reveal enough to say whether the air is safe.

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