Long Beach complains of post-storm 'Sandy cough'

Long Beach was hit hard by Sandy in

Long Beach was hit hard by Sandy in October. (January 11, 2013 6:23 PM)

Long Beach residents say Superstorm Sandy is taking a toll on their health. Residents believe dust and mold left behind is having an adverse effect on their health. They say the symptoms go away when they leave town for a few days. Long Beach-based pulmonologist Dr. Paul Schulster says he's seen a drastic uptick in the number of patients coming to see him. He says many were stabilized asthmatics...

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