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(Studio: Kevin Newman) Report introduced.
(Washington: Barry Serafin) Study findings on poor air quality outside the major cities featured. [Great Smokey Mountains National Park Bob MILLER - says air quality is hazardous in the parks.] [American Lung Association Paul BILLINGS, Environmental Protection Agency administrator Carol BROWNER - say air pollution extends to vacation destinations.] [WOMAN - wants clean air.] [BROWNER - cites the public health problems related to smog.] Environmental Protection Agency moves to contain car exhaust noted.
(Studio: Kevin Newman) The number of vacations days for workers in the US, Britain and Germany compared.
(New York: John McKenzie) The stress of summer vacations examined; details given of the aspects of time off that create tensions. [AAA Dave VAN SICKLE - cites the aggravation on the crowded highways.] [New York Presbyterian Hospital Dr. Alan MANEVITZ - cites family conflicts over vacations.] Gallup poll findings on people working during vacation time cited.
- McKenzie, John;
- Newman, Kevin;
- Serafin, Barry
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