In this episode, we explore why Black Lung disease is surging among Appalachian miners and check out a Pittsburgh group that is pioneering the ‘Uber of food recovery.’
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Stories in this episode
- Black Lung Disease is Making a Comeback Among Appalachian Miners - Black Lung was supposed to be a disease of the past. But it now appears to be surging among coal miners in Ohio and West Virginia.
- This Pittsburgh Group is Pioneering the ‘Uber of Food Recovery’ - When 412 Food Rescue noticed a lot of smaller food donations were slipping through the cracks, they designed an app that makes it easy for volunteers to pitch in.
- After Helping Elect Donald Trump, Pennsylvania’s Coal Country Looks Ahead - All over the country, coal miners will be watching to see if Trump can deliver on his promise to bring the coal industry back.