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People also ask
What are the effects of burning coal in the home?
Burning coal inside the home for the purposes of heating or cooking produces particulate and gas emissions that may contain a number of harmful chemicals, such as benzene, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
What are the health risks of coal mining?
Although the risk of radiation poisoning for people living near coal plants is minimal, coal miners face a more significant risk of health problems related to radioactivity.
What happens if you let a coal stove get too hot?
A person who is accustomed to a wood stove may be unaware of this and not take proper precautions to keep the coal under control. Allowing a coal stove to burn too hot can lead to a chimney fire, particularly if there is creosote buildup in your chimney.
How does smoke from Wildfires affect your health?
That鈥檚 because smoke from these fires contains small particles that can get into your eyes and respiratory system and the result can be a cough, burning eyes, a runny nose and illnesses such as bronchitis, says allergist and immunologist Sheila Cain, MD.