Masri quoted in air pollution article

In a June 23rd article in Healthline, AirUCI research specialist Shahir Masri is quoted on the health effects of air pollution including an estimated 7 million premature deaths annually.  Ailments such as COPD, cancers, heart and respiratory disease, neurological and cognitive disorders, and pregnancy outcomes are linked to air pollution.  “Many people may not think about the fact that air that looks clean (has good visibility) still contains pollutants that are harmful to health,” said Shahir.   The article also describes how air pollution is measured and how to protect against its effects.  Read the article       Read the July 12 article in Fortune

Friday, June 23, 2023