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Air Pollution and Pregnancy: What Are The Risks?

Air Pollution and Pregnancy: What Are The Risks?

While pregnancy can be a time of joy and hope with the excited expectation of new life, it is not without risk. New research shows that the consequences of air pollution can begin in utero, affecting both the mother and the baby. Below we explore the research and risk...
Avoid the Commuter Cold and Particulate Matter

Avoid the Commuter Cold and Particulate Matter

Can Riding the Subway Make You Sick? If you frequently take the subway to work, you’re probably well aware of some of the disadvantages of public transportation like the “commuter cold”. The effects of germs spread through public transit generally...
When Your Coworkers Come to Work Sick

When Your Coworkers Come to Work Sick

We’ve all had days at the office when we’ve had to avoid a sick coworkers to try and protect ourselves from the dreaded cold of flu they’re carrying. It’s also likely that at some point you’ve been the person everyone is avoiding. Showing...
Protect Your Healthy Lungs

Protect Your Healthy Lungs

Keeping Healthy Lungs We take over 20,000 breaths per day to fuel every part of our body. Unfortunately our lungs are one of our most compromised organs as we consistently breathe in pollutants, allergens, and pathogens. There is an immediate need to globally improve...
Urban Air Pollution on City Transportation

Urban Air Pollution on City Transportation

The demand for public transportation increases as the population rises in urban areas. Did you know that 55% of the global population lives in urban areas and that number jumps to 82% in North America! In 2017, passengers traveled 57 billion miles on American public...