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The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to reevaluate what a safe work environment looks like. Offices around the world are being re-designed to create spaces where workers can be together and still minimize their risk of infection.
Recent studies have shown that pollutants in the air can increase the signs of premature aging. Because indoor air is often five times more polluted than outdoor air, air purifiers can be crucial to maintaining youthful, healthy skin.
This year's record-breaking wildfire season is putting millions of people at higher risk for COVID-19 infection and complications. Find out what you can do to lower your risk.
Even indoor air isn't safe during wildfire season. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to improve the air quality in your home.
California residents impacted by this year's record-breaking wildfire season are well aware of the health dangers that the smoke poses. But, the hazards of wildfire smoke can reach far beyond the affected towns.
Researchers believe that the coronavirus may be traveling through pipes in apartment buildings, potentially transmitting the virus to people living several floors above the infected apartment.
Air purifiers are an important part of the list of recommendations that scientists at Harvard and the University of Colorado have created for safely reopening schools. Learn more about the downloadable calculator they designed to assess the strength of air purifier necessary for each classroom.