Here are three easy steps to protect the health of you and your loved ones:
- SCHEDULE activities for the morning or evening when ground-level ozone is usually lower.
- REDUCE the time you're active outdoors during hot and humid summer days when ground-level ozone is at high levels. Check the current air quality of your local region at the AirNow.gov website.
- SUBSTITUTE a less intense activity. For example, go for a walk instead of a jog.
Remember, regardless how fit you are, cutting back on the level or duration of outdoor activity when ozone levels are unhealthy will help protect you from ozone’s harmful effects.
The local area has several walking trails available. Here are some options:
Updated: August 14, 2018
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