In March 2016, Dr. Landrigan was quoted in a New York Times Real Estate Article in response to a complaint about copious smoke and soot emitted from a school entering a nearby apartment building and irritating residents.
Dr. Maida Galvez responded to a question about a neighbor’s pesky home fragrance products in a New York Times Real Estate article in March, 2016. Air fresheners and other scented products may cause sinus irritations, headaches, and exacerbate asthma symptoms among many people.
On March 2, 2016, an article highlighting the environmental health risks of poorly maintained schools was published in the Huffington Post. The article was co-authored by Nsedu Obot-Witherspoon, MPH, Executive Director of the Children’s Environmental Health Network.