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How to Protect Patients from Wildfire Smoke Inhalation
By Tamir Kessel on August 12, 2020

Smoke inhalation isn’t healthy for any of us but short-term exposure for certain vulnerable patients can be particularly severe. What can health...

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Webinar! Air Quality Insights for Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare
By Amalia Helen on August 5, 2020

Take 100 people and put them in the same polluted spot outside. The poor air quality will affect them all. How is a bit harder to predict. Our...

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How to Implement Successful Digital Patient Engagement Strategies
By Amalia Helen on July 30, 2020

 A growing body of research has found a connection between patient involvement in their own care and better health outcomes at lower costs. But what...

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Air Pollution Impact on COVID-19 Mortality Shocks Scientists
By Amalia Helen on April 20, 2020

Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, a connection between air pollution and COVID-19 severity had been suspected but not proven. In the first...

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Understanding the Impact of Air Pollution on Asthma & COPD Exacerbation
By Daniel Elkabetz on April 1, 2020

Most people are aware that air pollution affects people with sensitive lungs. The impact of air pollution can be immediate, but we often can't see...

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Severe Coronavirus & Poor Air Quality Could be Linked
By Ran Korber on March 19, 2020

The Coronavirus, now referred to as COVID-19, has been declared an official pandemic. At the time of writing, the virus has spread to 176 countries ...

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Air Quality Data Can Help Protect Children from Pollution Exposure
By Yair Giwnewer on September 5, 2019

Children can boost their mental and physical health by spending time outside, but with air pollution worsening near schools, local governments need...

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Medical Company Uses Pollution Data to Help Asthma Sufferers
By Daniel Elkabetz on September 11, 2017

The average person takes 23,000 breaths every day. For an asthma sufferer, that can add up to a lot of pain when every breath comes with tightness in...

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