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Study Examines the Effects “Sick Building Syndrome”

Study Examines the Effects “Sick Building Syndrome”

Sat, Mar 21, 2020 16:02 ET
Poor ventilation is a common problem in many offices and can lead to a series of negative health outcomes, including decreased productivity and headaches.
Virus Filtration Experts Share a Technical View of COVID-19

Virus Filtration Experts Share a Technical View of COVID-19

Thu, Mar 19, 2020 12:05 ET
Steve Devine, Vice President of Research and Development at Camfil USA, pointed out that droplets from a COVID-19 infected person can remain airborne from seven minutes to almost two hours.
The Coffman Organization

Coffman Organization Says Virtual Workers Are Highly Engaged

Tue, Mar 17, 2020 23:28 ET
With Covid19 forcing more remote work, Coffman Organization says the encouraging news is that virtual employees have higher levels of energy, engagement and relationships than traditional workers.
Chandrai Jackson-Saunders of District of Columbia Public Schools named 2020 National School Psychologist of the Year

Chandrai Jackson-Saunders of D.C. Public Schools named National School Psychologist of the Year.

Thu, Mar 12, 2020 08:40 ET
Ms. Jackson-Saunders, first African-American Woman to win the award in its twenty-year history. The award recognizes the importance of addressing unmet needs of the schools, students, and families;
Study Reveals Shocking Rates of Missed Cancer Diagnosis

Study Reveals Shocking Rates of Missed Cancer Diagnosis

Mon, Mar 9, 2020 10:56 ET
Doctors and patients alike underestimate just how often cancer diagnoses are misses, according to several studies.
How to Prevent the Growth of Mold

How to Prevent the Growth of Mold

Wed, Mar 4, 2020 12:12 ET
The EPA recommends steps to prevent the growth of mold in homes and business spaces.
Ultra-Low Emissions Zones: What do They Mean for the Cities of the Future?

Ultra-Low Emissions Zones: What do They Mean for the Cities of the Future?

Wed, Mar 4, 2020 12:03 ET
Learn what London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone means for the future of outdoor/indoor air quality in cities around the world and commercial air filtration systems.
Hospitals can reduce pollution costs by understanding its sources.

Hospitals can reduce pollution costs by understanding its sources.

Mon, Feb 24, 2020 12:40 ET
The contaminants that affect air quality in healthcare facilities generally come from two sources.
Why do electronic medical records fuel medical malpractice

Why do electronic medical records fuel medical malpractice?

Sun, Feb 16, 2020 23:05 ET
Find out the 8 most common reasons your EHRs may cause medical malpractice by a doctor, nurse, or other health professional.
Camfil Air Filters topic on: Why smokers are at risk even if air pollution levels are low

Why smokers are at risk even if air pollution levels are low

Sun, Feb 16, 2020 22:50 ET
Find out the reasons why smokers are at risk, even if air pollution levels are low.
HMI discovers bacterial DNA can trigger Tau protein misfolding in Alzheimer’s disease models.

HMI discovers bacterial DNA can trigger Tau protein misfolding in Alzheimer’s disease models.

Wed, Feb 12, 2020 11:08 ET
HMI discovers bacterial DNA can trigger Tau protein misfolding in Alzheimer’s disease models, potentially bringing new targets for therapeutic intervention
The Basics Life Care Plans for Medical Malpractice Explained

The Basics Life Care Plans for Medical Malpractice Explained

Tue, Feb 11, 2020 11:40 ET
A life care plan can be an invaluable tool in a settlement negotiation or trial.