by Susan Valenti Students in Andover, Mass., barely closed their laptops on the 2019/2020 school year when parent Jessica O’Neill posted a message on a local Facebook group. “Does anyone know a teacher I can hire to teach my children and my friends’ children in the safety of my home?” she asked. More than 100
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by Emily James –HUFF Post Guest Writer *Publisher’s Note: This article recently appeared in HUFF Post and coincides with our upcoming Cover Story for the July issue of Healthy Indoors Magazine. The author raises some important questions that we feel need to be answered prior to going back to business-as-usual with our schools in the
Healthy Indoors‘ host Bob Krell, is joined by award-winning science journalist and author, Emily Anthes, to discuss her new book on how architecture and design shape human health and well-being titled, The Great Indoors. Watch it live at 1:00 PM EDT, Thursday July 16, 2020, or check out the recording and podcast after the show
by Taylor Moore May 7, 2020 — The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the lives of millions across the country — and many are now having to scramble for rent. According to a NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, nearly one in five households have already experienced a layoff or reduction in work hours due to the coronavirus. As a
Reopening hotels, office buildings and healthcare facilities after theCOVID-19 pandemic: Managing Legionella risks in building water systems. Join us for a 60-minute free Pall Medical webinar on “Reopening hotels, office buildings and healthcare facilities after the COVID-19 pandemic: Managing Legionella risks in building water systems”Date: 14 July 2020Time: 1:00 pm EST Registration Open – Register
The engineering that helped one Mexico Beach, Florida, house outlast Hurricane Michael — Popular Science — by Eleanor Cummins All photos by Ryan Ketterman. On Oct. 10, 2018 Hurricane Michael spun Category 4 winds around the upper reaches of the Sunshine State. With sustained winds of 155 miles per hour, the tempest was the strongest
Making the connection between racism, inequality and the environment is the only way we will preserve human life on this planet. By Nylah Burton HUFF Post During Hurricane Katrina, Jacqueline Patterson, the director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, was watching the news, seeing Black people on roofs waving anything they could find to