• October

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      2017
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    Exploring occupational asthma

    In 2003 in Michigan, a manager of a vehicle detailing business sprayed a truck bed liner on the floor and sides of a cargo van. After the manager finished the task, a co-worker saw that he was having trouble breathing. They went to an urgent care facility and the manager was transported to an emergency

    • October

      17

      2017
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    Health Effects of Smoke Exposure due to Wildland Fires

    How does smoke in the air affect my health? How smoke conditions may affect your health is determined by a number of factors, such as the length of time you are exposed, how much air you breathe in, your health status and the concentration of smoke in the air. Smoke is made up of a

    • October

      16

      2017
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    Air quality throughout the Bay Area

    The Air District is issuing a smoke advisory for the North and East Bay areas, today Monday, October 16, 2017. Unhealthy air quality from the wildfires continues to plague the North Bay counties. Due to active wildfires and changing wind patterns, air quality throughout the Bay Area could be impacted for many days to come.

    • October

      3

      2017
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    How Smoke from Fires Can Affect Your Health

    Smoke may smell good, but it’s not good for you While not everyone has the same sensitivity to wildfire smoke, it’s still a good idea to avoid breathing smoke if you can help it. And when smoke is heavy, such as can occur in close proximity to a wildfire, it’s bad for everyone. Smoke is

    • October

      2

      2017
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    Make Your Home Winter Ready

    Getting yourself ready for winter is a snap. Gloves? Check! Scarf? Right here. But readying your home for a long, cold season is another story. So, until someone invents a turtleneck sweater you can put around your house when it gets cold, there’s some organizing to do. We’ve got the tips to help you. Strategy

    • September

      26

      2017
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    Fall allergies will be bad thanks to ‘perfect storm’ of ragweed, mold

    The ill effects of the hot, muggy summer will last long after the temperatures have started to cool, allergy experts warn. “What we are seeing with this warmer weather pattern is that we are headed for a bumper crop of molds,” says Dr. Clifford Bassett, an allergist, assistant clinical professor at New York University and author of

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