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As Mold Grows in Hurricane Aftermath, More NC Asthma Patients Suffer

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A man stands in the ruins of his house, destroyed by flood.
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Climate change has a clear impact on the beaches of the Carolinas. But just past those glittering...

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Four-year-old Jeremiah Galbreath receives a nebulizer treatment for asthma at his home in Bayboro. Image by Travis Long / The News & Observer. United States, 2020.
Four-year-old Jeremiah Galbreath receives a nebulizer treatment for asthma at his home in Bayboro. Image by Travis Long / The News & Observer. United States, 2020.

Print version by Lynn Bonner
Reporting for 
The Raleigh News & Observer—North Carolina News Service collaboration with the Pulitzer Center's nationwide Connected Coastlines reporting initiative

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