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Priority Topics
These are the priority topics that are related to HEALTH, according to SolveCasters.
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7 High Priority HOSPITAL 1 year ago
2 Average Priority ENERGY 1 month ago
2 Average Priority AIR 1 month ago
2 Average Priority PANDEMIC 1 month ago
2 Average Priority CLIMATE CHANGE 1 month ago
7 High Priority AIR POLLUTION 10 months ago
7 High Priority BUILDING DESIGN 10 months ago
2 Average Priority COKE (FUEL) 10 months ago
0 Low Priority SNOW 10 months ago
7 High Priority CLEANING AGENT 9 months ago
7 High Priority FRAGRANCE 9 months ago
2 Average Priority SUSTAINABILITY 1 month ago
2 Average Priority ARCHITECT 1 month ago
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SolveCasters (ME) Curated by SolveCast podcasters and editors.
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Cynthia Fishman Director and Founder of the Biomimicry Design Alliance
1
Alan Scott Sustainability Connector and Architect at Intertek
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Fragrances are one of the most common sources of allergy attacks and asthma attacks. And the fragrance is very interesting. It's funny how you can buy a product that's considered to be fragrance-free and then there's actually still fragrances in it to make it fragrance-free. So it's with some of our neurology, the stuff that affects sense and smell and everything. We screened for chemicals, which are known to cause asthma, as well as some of those which are known to cause cancer or be endocrine disruptors.

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It's better to wait until a few hours into the snowfall to gather your fresh catch. Snow acts like a kind of atmospheric "scrubbing brush," he explains. The longer the snow falls, the lower the pollution levels in the air, and thus in the snow. But even if you start to collect as soon as it begins to flurry, Gaffney reassures me that contaminants in snow are "all at levels well below toxic. https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/201...

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Each year, 24 percent of weather-related vehicle crashes occur on snowy, slushy or icy pavement and 15 percent happen during snowfall or sleet. Over 1,300 people are killed and more than 116,800 people are injured in vehicle crashes on snowy, slushy or icy pavement annually. Every year, nearly 900 people are killed and nearly 76,000 people are injured in vehicle crashes during snowfall or sleet. https://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/weather/weather...