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Tag Archives: Rand Paul

Tech Innovation Allows Louisville Asthma Researchers to Study Inhaler Usage

By Henry Ehrlich An article in the Louisville Courier-Journal by reporter James Bruggers caught my eye for several reasons. It read in part: “Louisville is going high-tech to try to figure out what’s behind the city’s problem with asthma. As many as 500 Louisville residents will be equipped with ‘smart’ emergency inhalers that will track […]

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Honk if You Have Asthma: New Study of the True Costs of Traffic-Related Air Pollution

By Dr. Larry Chiaramonte Paul and I recently took Senator Rand Paul to task for asserting that air pollution has no connection to asthma. This would have been laughable if it hadn’t taken valuable news coverage away from the Kardashian divorce. As we pointed out, air pollution is not one thing. Sulfur dioxide levels may […]

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