Healthcare

Air Pollution Can Cause Alzheimer’s Dementia One of the defining moments of adulthood is when it comes time to take care of a sick or aging parent. It is truly a difficult moment. There is often conflict between loved ones, a constant questioning of one’s actions, and no shortage of stress over the cost of long

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An Infection Reduction Strategy Worth Hearing About The Harvard University School of Medicine has determined that air pollution and childhood ear infections are very highly correlated. The argument was presented in a paper titled Air Quality Improvements and the Prevalence of Frequent Ear Infections in Children (Bhattacharyya et. al), which was published in the journal Otolaryngology –

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Poor indoor air quality has long been known to have adverse effects on human health. However, the 2014 paper Air Pollution Exposure and Cardiovascular Disease (Lee et.al) has established a direct causal link between indoor air pollution and cardiac conditions. Our hope is that this further illustrates the seriousness of managing indoor air quality, particularly for

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Did you ever enter a public or company bathroom and get a whiff of such a repulsive odor? Well actually many people daily stumble upon odorous facilities. The odor of a bad toilet probably means that you are standing in a room alongside millions of bacterial microbes. It is, after all, both embarrassing and offensive

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Research Summary: Air sampling tests were performed in an active oral surgery and periodontal medicine facility to measure the efficacy of the AiroCide system in removing airborne bacterial colony forming units (CFU’s). The tests resulted in airborne mold/fungi reduction of 66% in the operating room (OR#3) and 100% in the adjacent corridor in 48 hours.

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