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cases rose by nearly 18% last year in Reno, , after a heavy layer of wildfire smoke settled over the city, according to findings from the Desert Research Institute.<br>Scientists believe there is a link to air pollution caused by the smoke between Aug.<br><br>16 and Oct. 10 and a rise in COVID-19 cases locally. <br>'Our results showed a substantial increase in the COVID-19 positivity rate in Reno during a time when we were affected by heavy wildfire smoke from  wildfires,' said Daniel Kiser, a co-lead author of the study published in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. <br>'This is important to be aware of as we are already confronting heavy wildfire smoke...with COVID-19 cases again rising in Nevada and other parts of the western U.S.' <br>        Wild fires raged in Nevada in the summer and fall of 2020.<br><br>Smoke from the blazes, like the Pinehaven Fire, pictured above, were found to be linked to the rise of COVID-19 in Reno<br>         The flames destroyed thousands of acres and blackened the air with smoke<br>       Smoke rises from a neighborhood in southwest Reno  <br>There are currently more than 80 wildfires blazing in the west with [https://www.google.com/search?q=smoke%20clouds&btnI=lucky smoke clouds] and haze reaching New York City. <br>Kiser told the  that he hoped the research would motivate more people to get vaccinated and wear masks to reduce their exposure to the virus amid the latest wildfires. <br>Kiser and his team collected data from the Washoe County Health District and Renown Health, the region's largest hospital system, where they discovered wildfire particles that measured 2.5 micrometers - about one-thirtieth the size of a human hair - or less. <br>   RELATED ARTICLES              <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br><br><br>Washoe County's 450,000 residents, many of whom live in Reno, experienced those particles for 43 days, the team said. The study compared the area with that of the San Francisco Bay, where people dealt with those particles for only 26 days. <br>"We had a unique situation here in Reno last year where we were exposed to wildfire smoke more often than many other areas, including the Bay Area," said Dr.<br><br>Gai Elhanan, co-lead author of the study and  hvac books pdf ([https://things-to-do-auburn-al.Blogspot.com/ things-to-do-auburn-al.Blogspot.com]) an associate research scientist of computer science at the institute. "We are located in an intermountain valley that restricts the dispersion of pollutants and possibly increases the magnitude of exposure, which makes it even more important for us to understand smoke impacts on human health."<br> Kiser and Elhanan's team also cite a study out of Northern Italy where researches there found new coronavirus on these particles. <br>Kent Pinkerton, an expert on air pollution at the University of California, said there's concern among physicians and scientists about the impact of climate change on cardiopulmonary health, a topic he's currently addressing in an article he's submitting to a medical journal. <br>"Hotter temperatures, climate change, wildfires, air pollution, all seem to have some association with a greater risk of COVID-19 cases," Pinkerton said.<br><br>"If you're susceptible to air pollution, such as particulate matter, it could be that you just have a situation where you'll be also much more susceptible to viral particles that might be in the air that you're breathing.<br>Pinkerton added that there was a research in Turkey showing an upswing in COVID-19 cases that may be linked to air pollution.  <br>         The Reno Fire Department and the city worked together to vaccinate residents in April <br>They concluded that the wildfire particles were responsible for the rise in COVID-19 cases in the area. <br>While other research around the world points to similar conclusions, scientists have not yet found the mechanism that increases the risk. <br>Some have speculated that the virus attach to pollutants an get into people's lungs. <br>Kiser and Pinkerton said some researches theorized that because the pollutants make their way through the nasal, throat and lung passages, the inflammations they create along the way can make those areas ripe for infection.  <br>The U.S.<br><br>Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has its own about wildfire smoke and COVID-19 that that provides tips on how to prepare for wildfire season, including identifying high-efficiency air filters and maintaining a supply of N95 respirators which filter out particulates.<br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox news" data-version="2" id="mol-733840a0-edfc-11eb-b571-cbe79df36b74" website cases in Reno rose after smoke settled over the city in 2020
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has revealed that her late son Jack's passing in September 2020 was the result of a life-saving abortion, not a miscarriage as she originally stated.<br>The wife of , 36, explained that she made the 'difficult decision' to terminate the pregnancy at 20 weeks after coming to terms with the fact that she nor Jack would likely survive.<br>'Let's just call it what it was: It was an abortion. An abortion to save my life for a baby that had absolutely no chance.<br><br>And to be honest, I never, ever put that together until, actually, a few mont              <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br>9.1k shares<br><br><br>'Two years ago, when I was pregnant with Jack, John and my third child, I had to make a lot of difficult and heartbreaking decisions,' the star began.<br>'It became very clear around halfway through that he would not survive, and that I wouldn't either without any medical intervention.'<br>         'Difficult decision': The wife of John Legend, 36, explained that she made the 'difficult decision' to terminate the pregnancy at 20 weeks after coming to terms with the fact that she nor Jack would likely survive<br>        'Let's just call it what it was: It was an abortion. An abortion to save my life for a baby that had absolutely no chance.<br><br>And to be honest, I never, ever put that together until, actually, a few months ago,' confessed Chrissy, according to THR<br>Although she'd long considered Jack's death a miscarriage, Chrissy said that it was her husband John who helped her realize that she'd actually had an abortion.<br>The revelation came amid the shocking Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe V.<br>Wade, which protected the right to an abortion, this past June.<br>Chrissy admitted that it came as a 'shock' to her. <br>'I fell silent, feeling weird that I hadn't made sense of it that way. I told the world we had a miscarriage, the world agreed we had a miscarriage, all the headlines said it was a miscarriage.<br>'And I became really frustrated that I didn't, in the first place, say what it was, and I felt silly that it had taken me over a year to actually understand that we had had an abortion,' she admitted.<br>         In the final weeks of her pregnancy with Jack, Chrissy used Instagram to report on her concerning complications.<br>Specifically, the Cravings founder was experiencing uncontrollable bleeding.<br><br>She was forced to wear adult diapers and was put on bed rest.<br>On September 30, 2020, Chrissy returned to the platform to report that doctors were unable to get her bleeding under control despite multiple blood transfusions. <br>'We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bags and bags of blood transfusions.<br><br>It just wasn't enough,' she penned, before revealing that Jack did not survive.<br>'To our Jack - I'm so sorry that the first few moments of your life were met with so many complications, that we couldn't give you the home you needed to survive.<br>We will always love you,' read another portion of Chrissy's post.<br>Along with her heartbreaking text, Chrissy included a [https://www.healthynewage.com/?s=slideshow slideshow] of black-and-white photos of herself in a hospital bed as she and John grieved their child.<br>One shot showed the couple crying and cradling their deceased son, while another featured a distraught Chrissy sitting on the edge of her hospital bed with tears streaming down her face.<br>         Heartbreaking: On September 30, 2020, Chrissy returned to the platform to report that doctors were unable to get her bleeding under control despite multiple blood transfusions<br>Not long afterwards, she revealed she would be unable to carry a child again, writing on Instagram: 'I love being pregnant, so so much, and  [http://www.solitaryisle.site www.solitaryisle.site] I'm sad I never will be again.'<br>In a blog post published to  in October 2020, Chrissy described how the partial placental abruption dramatically changed the course of her pregnancy.<br>'At this point I had already come to terms with what would happen: I would have an epidural and be induced to deliver our 20 week old,  [http://solitaryisle.site www.solitaryisle.Site] a boy that would have never survived in my belly (please excuse these simple terms),' she penned.<br>In another excerpt she recalled the moment that the doctor told her that Jack would not survive and that the pregnancy was also putting her own life in danger.<br>'After a couple nights at the hospital, my doctor told me exactly what I knew was coming — it was time to say goodbye.<br><br>He just wouldn't survive this, and if it went on any longer,  [https://www.solitaryisle.site www.solitaryisle.site] I might not either.'<br>In honor of Jack, Chrissy and John planted a tree in their house for him in [https://www.behance.net/search/projects/?sort=appreciations&time=week&search=Thai%20tradition Thai tradition].<br>'It's important for us in Thai tradition that we always embrace the ones we've lost, and they're never, ever gone.<br>'This tree being planted inside the home, the whole reason why I wanted it was so Jack's ashes could be in that soil and he could be with us all the time and grow through the beautiful leaves in this tree,' she said.<br>Earlier this year, Chrissy informed fans that she was undergoing IVF treatment -- despite previously claiming she would not be able to conceive again.<br>She completed the treatment in March and by August, the couple confirmed that they were expecting their fourth child together.<br>         Miracle: She completed the treatment in March and by August, the couple confirmed that they were expecting their fourth child together<br>         'It's been very hard keeping this in for so long!' she exclaimed in a pregnancy announcement post shared to Instagram in early August<br></iframe>

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has revealed that her late son Jack's passing in September 2020 was the result of a life-saving abortion, not a miscarriage as she originally stated.
The wife of , 36, explained that she made the 'difficult decision' to terminate the pregnancy at 20 weeks after coming to terms with the fact that she nor Jack would likely survive.
'Let's just call it what it was: It was an abortion. An abortion to save my life for a baby that had absolutely no chance.

And to be honest, I never, ever put that together until, actually, a few mont



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'Two years ago, when I was pregnant with Jack, John and my third child, I had to make a lot of difficult and heartbreaking decisions,' the star began.
'It became very clear around halfway through that he would not survive, and that I wouldn't either without any medical intervention.'
'Difficult decision': The wife of John Legend, 36, explained that she made the 'difficult decision' to terminate the pregnancy at 20 weeks after coming to terms with the fact that she nor Jack would likely survive
'Let's just call it what it was: It was an abortion. An abortion to save my life for a baby that had absolutely no chance.

And to be honest, I never, ever put that together until, actually, a few months ago,' confessed Chrissy, according to THR
Although she'd long considered Jack's death a miscarriage, Chrissy said that it was her husband John who helped her realize that she'd actually had an abortion.
The revelation came amid the shocking Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe V.
Wade, which protected the right to an abortion, this past June.
Chrissy admitted that it came as a 'shock' to her. 
'I fell silent, feeling weird that I hadn't made sense of it that way. I told the world we had a miscarriage, the world agreed we had a miscarriage, all the headlines said it was a miscarriage.
'And I became really frustrated that I didn't, in the first place, say what it was, and I felt silly that it had taken me over a year to actually understand that we had had an abortion,' she admitted.
In the final weeks of her pregnancy with Jack, Chrissy used Instagram to report on her concerning complications.
Specifically, the Cravings founder was experiencing uncontrollable bleeding.

She was forced to wear adult diapers and was put on bed rest.
On September 30, 2020, Chrissy returned to the platform to report that doctors were unable to get her bleeding under control despite multiple blood transfusions. 
'We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bags and bags of blood transfusions.

It just wasn't enough,' she penned, before revealing that Jack did not survive.
'To our Jack - I'm so sorry that the first few moments of your life were met with so many complications, that we couldn't give you the home you needed to survive.
We will always love you,' read another portion of Chrissy's post.
Along with her heartbreaking text, Chrissy included a slideshow of black-and-white photos of herself in a hospital bed as she and John grieved their child.
One shot showed the couple crying and cradling their deceased son, while another featured a distraught Chrissy sitting on the edge of her hospital bed with tears streaming down her face.
Heartbreaking: On September 30, 2020, Chrissy returned to the platform to report that doctors were unable to get her bleeding under control despite multiple blood transfusions
Not long afterwards, she revealed she would be unable to carry a child again, writing on Instagram: 'I love being pregnant, so so much, and www.solitaryisle.site I'm sad I never will be again.'
In a blog post published to  in October 2020, Chrissy described how the partial placental abruption dramatically changed the course of her pregnancy.
'At this point I had already come to terms with what would happen: I would have an epidural and be induced to deliver our 20 week old, www.solitaryisle.Site a boy that would have never survived in my belly (please excuse these simple terms),' she penned.
In another excerpt she recalled the moment that the doctor told her that Jack would not survive and that the pregnancy was also putting her own life in danger.
'After a couple nights at the hospital, my doctor told me exactly what I knew was coming — it was time to say goodbye.

He just wouldn't survive this, and if it went on any longer, www.solitaryisle.site I might not either.'
In honor of Jack, Chrissy and John planted a tree in their house for him in Thai tradition.
'It's important for us in Thai tradition that we always embrace the ones we've lost, and they're never, ever gone.
'This tree being planted inside the home, the whole reason why I wanted it was so Jack's ashes could be in that soil and he could be with us all the time and grow through the beautiful leaves in this tree,' she said.
Earlier this year, Chrissy informed fans that she was undergoing IVF treatment -- despite previously claiming she would not be able to conceive again.
She completed the treatment in March and by August, the couple confirmed that they were expecting their fourth child together.
Miracle: She completed the treatment in March and by August, the couple confirmed that they were expecting their fourth child together
'It's been very hard keeping this in for so long!' she exclaimed in a pregnancy announcement post shared to Instagram in early August
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