The Many Faces of Ozone
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January 12, 2022

Stephanie Taylor

The Many Faces of Ozone

Over time, elevated ozone concentrations are associated with increased asthma attacks, hospital admissions, and deaths from respiratory and circulatory disease.

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The Pros of Understanding the Health Impact of IAQ Far Outweigh the Cons
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December 13, 2021

Stephanie Taylor

The Pros of Understanding the Health Impact of IAQ Far Outweigh the Cons

Creating safe spaces should not entirely depend on isolating practices, such as the 6-foot social distancing rule and requiring face masks.

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To Mitigate COVID-19 Risk, Focus on IAQ
FacilitiesNet

December 7, 2021

Stephanie Taylor

To Mitigate COVID-19 Risk, Focus on IAQ

Facility managers must take a leading role in implementing infection control measures to promote the health and safety of building occupants.

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The Hot New Back-to-School Accessory? An Air Quality Monitor.
The New York Times

October 10, 2021

The Hot New Back-to-School Accessory? An Air Quality Monitor.

Parents are sneaking carbon dioxide monitors into their children’s schools to determine whether the buildings are safe.

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Is Bad Indoor Air Dulling Your Brain?
The New York Times

September 16, 2021

Is Bad Indoor Air Dulling Your Brain?

"While we tend to worry about inhaling viral particles like the coronavirus, new research shows the air quality at work may have subtle effects on cognitive function."

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Put Your Office Air to Work
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September 13, 2021

Stephanie Taylor

Put Your Office Air to Work

In the U.S., for every dollar spent on health care benefits, another 61 cents is spent on illness-related absences and reduced work output.

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 Properly Managed IAQ Can Decrease the Spread of Antibiotic Resistance
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Jan 6, 2022

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Stephanie Taylor

Properly Managed IAQ Can Decrease the Spread of Antibiotic Resistance

The role of the indoor environment in shaping health is finally coming into focus.

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The Many Faces of Ozone
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Jan 6, 2022

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Stephanie Taylor

The Many Faces of Ozone

Over time, elevated ozone concentrations are associated with increased asthma attacks, hospital admissions, and deaths from respiratory and circulatory disease.

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The Pros of Understanding the Health Impact of IAQ Far Outweigh the Cons
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Jan 6, 2022

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Stephanie Taylor

The Pros of Understanding the Health Impact of IAQ Far Outweigh the Cons

Creating safe spaces should not entirely depend on isolating practices, such as the 6-foot social distancing rule and requiring face masks.

Read More

Put Your Office Air to Work
Blog

Jan 6, 2022

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Stephanie Taylor

Put Your Office Air to Work

In the U.S., for every dollar spent on health care benefits, another 61 cents is spent on illness-related absences and reduced work output.

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Grading Your Schoolroom Air
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Jan 6, 2022

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Stephanie Taylor

Grading Your Schoolroom Air

The focus that COVID-19 has brought to the management of school buildings, and, specifically, to indoor air quality (IAQ) is long overdue.

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Physics Sheds New Light on Indoor Air Quality and COVID-19
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Jan 6, 2022

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Stephanie Taylor

Physics Sheds New Light on Indoor Air Quality and COVID-19

As we look for clues to better understand the COVID-19 pandemic, valuable insights can be gained from researching both detailed and holistic disease patterns.

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