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In 2020 the Las Vegas strip closed its doors for the first time in almost 60 years. Fears over health concerns led every hotel and casino on the strip to shut down for over a month, costing them a 97% drop in tourism from the previous year. A report from Applied Analysis states that Las...
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All over America, companies are experiencing inventory shortages. Cargo ships are trapped in ports with no one to transport their inventory across the country. According to the American Trucking Associations (ATA), the trucking industry is now short 80,000 drivers. With inventory backups all across America, truck drivers are more essential than ever for keeping the...
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More than 16 million fans attend a regular NFL season game in the United States. Due to the pandemic, the attendance during the 2020 NFL season dropped to a whopping 2.37 million. Stadium capacity regulations, state and federal mandates, and elevated levels of cautiousness from fans all contributed to this drop in ticket sales.  ...
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Even the cleanest indoor environments are typically sanitized using harsh chemicals that can adversely affect the human body. Many common cleaning products release volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, that have been linked to health problems including cancer . While these cleaners may eliminate harmful organisms, they introduce a whole new array of health problems.
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As the globe continues to manage the pandemic, schools and teachers are working with health organizations to prepare for a year of face-to-face learning. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about 56.4 million children are enrolled in K-12 education. In 2018, the NCES recorded 3.3 million full-time and part-time public school teachers, 205,600...
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Have you ever questioned why it feels like allergies are year-round? While seasonal allergies are a common culprit, many people are surprised to learn that the allergy is related to mold. Ingested mold is not what causes the allergies so many people seem to face. It is the mold that grows in homes and public...
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Concerts are Coming Back
A year without concerts has left fans hungrier than ever to get that rush of adrenaline only a packed concert venue can provide. Large gatherings were one of the first things to go when the pandemic began. Music artists everywhere started sending out apologetic posts to fans as shows got canceled. According to a recent...
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Hotel and Airline Industries Prepare for Post-Pandemic Travel
With the vaccinations against COVID-19 becoming more widely available, restrictions are slowly being lifted and Americans are starting to travel again after a year of pandemic-induced lockdowns. Earlier this month, the CDC has released new travel guidelines that say fully vaccinated travelers (with an FDA-authorized vaccine, which includes Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines...
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Paerosol Disinfect School 0 COVID Cases Reported
Over 130,000 schools across the country prepare for the cold and flu season each year.  Health and safety concerns are heightened as 55 million and 7 million staff members are simultaneously battling both flu season and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With the viruses sharing common symptoms, schools are challenged to find a solution to minimize...
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Image Credit: Jezper / Shutterstock.com Entering the workforce in 2020 has proved to be most challenging for many new college graduates, all fighting for those limited open positions. Fortunately, I secured a position as a business analyst for Paerosol, a leading technology that effectively kills surface and air-borne mold, bacteria, and viruses at up to...
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