Is Secondhand Smoke and Thirdhand Smoke Linked to Coronavirus Transmission?
Researchers are worried about COVID-19 transmission from asymptomatic smokers and vapers to others in their household via secondhand and thirdhand smoke and aerosol. Let’s explore what this means. Why Are Researchers Concerned about COVID-19 and Smoking? Smokers are already at risk of more severe cases of coronavirus. But even in the homes of asymptomatic but infected smokers […]Read more
Dr. Claudia Miller: Smoking Increases COVID-19 Risk
Last week, Dr. Claudia Miller—a professor emeritus of Environmental Medicine at the University of Texas and leader of the Hoffman TILT program—published a commentary in the San Antonio Express-News about smoking and its connection to COVID-19. From the San Antonio Express-News: Tobacco smokers are especially susceptible to COVID-19, more likely to be hospitalized and intubated, and […]Read more
From Living in a Sick Home to Making Others’ Healthy
Bill Hayward learned a disturbing truth when he ventured into the crawlspace underneath his home. For a year, he, his wife Adriana, and other members of their family experienced consistent migraines, mood swings, extreme fatigue, flu-like symptoms, and a host of other health problems — with no root-cause explanation. They sought help from experts and […]Read more