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Using a Pandemic as an Excuse to Pollute Our Air

As we struggle to survive the chaos caused by the coronavirus, something inspiring is happening. The natural world is slowly repairing itself. But will the …

5 Ways DC Quitline Helps Smokers Quit

If you're thinking about quitting, but a class isn't a good fit for you, the free resources and support on the DC Quitline might be just what you need to …

Smoking and Coronavirus: A Triple Threat

Did you know that smoking is a triple threat to your health during the coronavirus outbreak? Now is a great time to quit smoking, because coronavirus and …

World No Tobacco Day 2017

Tobacco threatens us all. But together, we can beat tobacco. Protect public health, reduce poverty and promote community development when you Say No to …

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Secondhand smoke causes more than 7,300 lung cancer deaths among U.S. nonsmokers each year. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month (LCAM). Learn more about …

Sponsor 2020 Camp Breathe Happy Youth Asthma Camp

Summer fun, recreation and learning await children with asthma at Breathe DC’s Camp Breathe Happy. Join us in making this memorable educational and …

CDC: Protect Yourself with Pneumococcal Vaccines

The CDC has issued an advisory for adults to protect themselves with the pneumococcal vaccine. People can be carrying the Pneumococcal disease bacteria in …

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and all year long, Breathe DC encourages women to learn more about breast cancer signs and symptoms, and ways to minimize …

Asthma and Air Quality Awareness

Breathe DC and the DC Asthma Coalition joined Clean Air Partners on May 2nd to spread the word about Air Quality Awareness Week and World Asthma Day. We …