HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM INDOOR AIR POLLUTION THIS WINTER
Although outdoor air pollution is often the focus of news, indoor air pollution is potentially more harmful - especially in winter.
Keep up to date with the latest news regarding air pollution and masking.
A study finds a link between air pollution and mental health and anxiety - even when air pollution is within recommended levels.
Higher carbon dioxide concentrations have been proven to lead to decreased test and exam results for school students.
The EU sets new air pollution targets for member nations.
A ban on New Year's Eve fireworks lead to the lowest pollution Chinese cities have seen in years.
Metro systems around the world have been found to have high concentrations of metallic particles.
With travel getting back to normal, it's important to know how to protect yourself.
We know masks work, and with an increase in COVID, RSV and flu, they may be necessary again.
Despite a lack of masking mandates, the CDC still recommends wearing masks in large cities.
With R.S.V, flu, and COVID on the rise, will we begin to see masking mandates reintroduced?
The Chief Medical Officer's Annual Report for U.K air pollution has been released.
70 years after The Great Smog, The Guardian takes a look at what we can learn from the disaster.
With wildfires becoming more common, the impact of wildfire smoke is also becoming a bigger threat.
Increases in the concentrations of nitrogen dioxide and particle pollution have been linked to a range of mental health conditions.
Wood burners contribute more to air pollution in the UK than traffic.
Find out how to improve your indoor air ventilation and protect yourself from COVID-19 this holiday season.
A recent study has highlighted how PM2.5 is harmful even in concentrations previously considered 'very low'.
State of Global Air has released its most recent report providing a range of insights into air quality in Africa.
The Eath Nullschool map is the most detailed insight into airborne pollutants.
Experts share their opinions on the future of masks and masking.
PM1 is a significant contributing factor to childhood asthma.
Increasing ventilation rates has been found to lead to a decrease in school abscences.
Air pollution has been found to enter the organs of unborn babies causing potentially lifelong effects.
Carbon dioxide monitors continue to gain attention in classrooms and businesses worldwide.
COVID-19 hospitalization rates have been linked to PM2.5 and NO2 exposure.
IQAir has released an update to its global air pollution map that changes the way we monitor air pollution and its impacts.
Despite continously dropping rules and mandates, masking is still as important as ever.
With COVID-19 cases looking to surge, it's important to take precautions.
A study has shown that masks have no impact on social exchanges and everyday interactions.
Wood burners, even in low usage, contribute greatly to air pollution. A single wood burner can produce more air pollution than 750 heavy trucks!
Even among younger individuals, air pollution can have singificant short-term impacts.
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Mask mandates continue to drop. This time, the German government has removed mandates for flights to and from the country.