The events leading up to today's opening ceremony illuminated much of Beijing's environmental issues. China went to great efforts to reduce the city's...
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When I was out on the pale white moonscape of the Olympic green on Monday, my throat had the particular tickle of particulates. It wasn't just the intense heat -- and I wasn't even running the 10,000 meter.
Unlike many of the issues seeking political spotlight at the Games, greenhouse gases do not recognize national borders.
And it is hard to dismiss the cautionary tales. Tom Fleming, who won the New York Marathon in 1973 and 1975, is an experienced runner and coach. He wa...
I set out on a light run Saturday morning. I jogged for about 40 minutes straight and had no problems at all. There was no shortness of breath or wheezing. On Sunday my throat was sore.
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