While Bush was near Ground Zero, he visited Ceasar Borja, the 21-year-old bereaved son of a lung-damaged World Trade Center rubble worker. ABC assigned David Muir (subscription required) to report on the belated federal response to the healthcare needs of the recovery workers who had toiled in the toxic air and dust from the debris. Yet one does not have to be in such extreme toxic conditions to suffer. CBS' Jon LaPook covered research conducted by the New England Journal of Medicine that found that poor air quality increases a woman's risk of heart disease. "Air that looks clean may not be safe because these particles are microscopic."
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