A Simple Solution to air pollution

Episode 02

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Air indoors can be several times more polluted than air outside...

This can cause allergies and asthma, affect concentration and sleep quality, and much more, with lasting consequences. Unfortunately, this pollution is invisible to the naked eye. How bad is it? Can we do something about it? In this episode, we discuss the impacts of poor indoor air quality on health, how entrepreneurs have developed affordable indoor air quality monitors that give us access to information about air quality in real time, and how this information can help us protect our health... 

 

in this episode...

  Magali Delmas , Host

Magali Delmas, Host

  Ronald Ro , co-founder, Awair   Image via Twitter

Ronald Ro, co-founder, Awair

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  Elaine Harrington , Pulmonary Nurse Specialist, Certified Asthma Educator,   David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA   Image via UCLA

Elaine Harrington, Pulmonary Nurse Specialist, Certified Asthma Educator, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

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  Michael Jerrett ,   chair, Environmental Science at the Fielding School of Public Health, Director, Southern California Center for Occupational and Environmental Health   Image via UCLA

Michael Jerrett, chair, Environmental Science at the Fielding School of Public Health, Director, Southern California Center for Occupational and Environmental Health

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  Yifang Zhu , Professor, environmental health science department at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the Institute of the Environment   Image via UCLA

Yifang Zhu, Professor, environmental health science department at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the Institute of the Environment

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  Amanda Wagner , D.Env Student, Environmental Science and Engineering, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA   Image via UCLA

Amanda Wagner, D.Env Student, Environmental Science and Engineering, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA

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