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Boehringer Ingelheim Experts Discuss Patient Engagement with Environmental Data
By Ronit Margulies on May 30, 2021

We sat down with Dr. Asif Shaikh, Director and Head of Clinical Development & Medical Affairs (COPD/Asthma) at Boehringer Ingelheim, and Emelyn...

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How COVID-19 Sparked an Air Quality Revolution in Healthcare
By Amalia Helen on May 12, 2021

In our dedicated online paper, we explain why an increasing number of treatment providers are looking for solutions that protect patients from...

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'Asthma & the Environment' Quiz - Did you Get the Answers Right?
By Amalia Helen on May 5, 2021

For World Asthma Day on the 5th May, we decided to test the public's knowledge about the environmental connection to asthma. Here we reveal the...

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How to Reduce Health Costs with Environmental Data & Preventive Medicine
By Tamir Kessel on April 13, 2021

Increasingly, healthcare and insurance providers are turning to environmental intelligence to reduce the burden of unnecessary healthcare costs and...

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COVID-19: Healthcare Technology & the Air We Breathe
By Amalia Helen on March 16, 2021

There has never been greater emphasis on the role of healthcare technology or the air we breathe: Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, countries have...

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How Weather, Pollen & Climate Change Work Together to Make Us Sick
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on March 9, 2021

We explore the ideal conditions for allergic pollen to spread, and explain the growing importance of predictive modelling & AI for delivering...

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Tree Pollen Allergy: A Burden for Sufferers & Healthcare Systems
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on February 23, 2021

As tree pollen levels increase in the Northern hemisphere, we thought it timely to explore this airborne irritant and its impact on individual...

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Heart Conditions & Poor Air Quality: A Lethal Combination
By Amalia Helen on February 14, 2021

As stated by the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men, women and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the USA - each year...

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