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The Ionizer in Your School May Not Do Much to Fight Covid

The Ionizer in Your School May Not Do Much to Fight Covid

The Ionizer in Your School May Not Do Much to Fight Covid To revist this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories . Close Alert 03.26.2021 07:00 AM The Ionizer in Your...

How Are Schools Going to Navigate CDC Mask Guidelines?

How Are Schools Going to Navigate CDC Mask Guidelines?

This month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shifted mask guidelines, saying fully vaccinated people can safely ditch masks in most settings. Now, schools...

OHIO -  During the pandemic, a lot of school educators, faculty and staff had to pivot due to COVID-19

OHIO -  During the pandemic, a lot of school educators, faculty and staff had to pivot due to COVID-19

Massillon City Schools Administrators Use COVID-19 Money for Bonuses OHIO -  During the pandemic, a lot of school educators, faculty and staff had to pivot due to COVID-19. Now,...

Health and Wellness Become Top of Mind for New-Home Builders and Buyers

Health and Wellness Become Top of Mind for New-Home Builders and Buyers

As of August, Taylor Morrison, one of the top 10 largest home builders in the U.S., decided to make whole-home air filtration and water filtration, along with other features,...

Impact of air pollution on human activities: Evidence from nine million mobile phone users

Impact of air pollution on human activities: Evidence from nine million mobile phone users

To measure the effects of air pollution on human activities, this study applies statistical/econometric modeling to hourly data of 9 million mobile phone users from six cities...

Indoor CO2 Sensors for COVID-19 Risk Mitigation: Current Guidance and Limitations

Indoor CO2 Sensors for COVID-19 Risk Mitigation: Current Guidance and Limitations

» Indoor CO2 Sensors for COVID-19 Risk Mitigation: Current Guidance and Limitations Indoor CO2 Sensors for COVID-19 Risk Mitigation: Current Guidance and...

The Unsettled Science of Carbon Dioxide and Human Cognition

The Unsettled Science of Carbon Dioxide and Human Cognition

Read: A popular benefit of houseplants is a myth The science is, at first glance, surprisingly fundamental. Researchers have long believed that carbon dioxide harms the brain at...

Biotic Environments Supporting the Persistence of Clinically Relevant Mucormycetes

Biotic Environments Supporting the Persistence of Clinically Relevant Mucormycetes

Biotic Environments Supporting the Persistence of Clinically Relevant Mucormycetes by 1,2,3 1 Mycology Reference Centre Manchester, ECMM Excellence Centre, Manchester University...

The coronavirus is airborne. Here’s how to know if you’re breathing other people’s breath.

The coronavirus is airborne. Here’s how to know if you’re breathing other people’s breath.

With its five wall-length windows, Nick Crandall’s restaurant, Railroad Pub & Pizza, can bring in a lot of outside air. In late December, though, Washington state regulators...

What the CDC Guidelines Don't Say About Classroom Ventilation and COVID-19 Spread

What the CDC Guidelines Don't Say About Classroom Ventilation and COVID-19 Spread

Is opening a door or window enough ventilation to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in schools? Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released last week...

Cleaning indoor air may prevent COVID-19’s spread. But it’s harder than it looks

Cleaning indoor air may prevent COVID-19’s spread. But it’s harder than it looks

As restaurants, bars, businesses and schools reopen and mask requirements drop for the fully vaccinated, some people are asking how to bring in customers and students while...

COVID sparks conversation about regulating indoor air quality

COVID sparks conversation about regulating indoor air quality

Researchers want people to think about air quality inside to ward off a future pandemic. DENVER — Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) and around the world...