Each Breath Blog
Breathing is essential to life, and through this blog, we hope to illustrate the importance of lung health. Hear directly from experts, researchers, staff and volunteers about our ongoing fight for healthy lungs and healthy air.
The Carcinogen Hidden in Your Home
As we are moving office furniture and gym equipment into our homes, we need to talk about the hidden carcinogen that may be lurking: radon.
Mission Moment - January 2021
Mission Moment - February 2021
#MyCleanAirStory: Contest Winners
We all have a reason why we want and need clean air. And while air pollution isn’t always visible, the risks it poses to lung health are very real. That’s why we asked people to share why clean air matters to them.
Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Testing
There are two main kinds of COVID-19 tests, diagnostic and antibody. Diagnostic tests help to diagnose the current infection while antibody tests show if you previously had the infection. Neither test can do both.
Lung Cancer, Air Pollution and Climate Change – A Call to Action
When you think of risk factors for lung cancer, what comes to mind? Most of us think about the risk associated with smoking cigarettes, but not many people realize that air pollution can also cause lung cancer.
Understanding the link between COVID-19 Mortality and Air Pollution
As we mourn and reflect on the more than 300,000 lives that have been lost to COVID-19 in the United States, we can also take stock of what the latest science shows us about the disease.
What We Have Learned about COVID-19 This Year
We have come a long way since those first reports about a mysterious virus, so we are taking a look back at all the things we have learned this year about COVID-19, and a look ahead to what we still need to do to beat this horrific illness.
What You Need to Know About Children and COVID-19
There has been a lot of speculation about how susceptible children are to the COVID-19 virus and many unknowns still exist.
Understanding COVID-19 Long-Haulers
Though the majority of those infected have been able to eventually recover, researchers are beginning to understand that the effects of COVID-19 do not always stop when a patient has recovered from acute illness.