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Year End Reflections and New Year Wishes

Time moves quickly – it’s almost hard to believe that exactly 365 days ago we were writing to you about how to stay safe while celebrating the New Year – and it’s important to take a moment and reflect on the past year before we move into 2016. Here at Austin Air we have had […]

Is It a Cold or Winter Allergies?

The weather has turned from chilly to cold; so, it’s no surprise you find yourself sniffing and sneezing. It’s at this time of year that the common cold is aggressively making its rounds. But before you reach for the cough syrup, ask yourself – is it a cold or could you be suffering from an […]

Time to Change Your Perfume Perspective

Some people don’t feel fully dressed without putting on some sort of fragrance – perfume, body spray, cologne. It’s part of the reason why they make such popular gifts for Christmas, birthdays, and anniversaries. Unfortunately, a couple of innocent spritzes can have a serious impact on others. For many people, exposure to the chemicals in […]

Lung Cancer Screening – Is It Right For You?

As you may know by now, November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and Austin Air has been participating by spreading the word. We’ve outlined how you can avoid lung cancer (#1: QUIT SMOKING!), why it’s an important cause (lung cancer research is seriously underfunded), how you can participate (donate, discuss, volunteer), as well as symptoms […]

Lung Cancer Awareness Month – Symptoms to Look Out For

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and Austin Air is committed to making a solid effort to help combat the deadliest of all cancers. Part of the reason lung cancer is so lethal is that the symptoms rarely reveal themselves until after the disease has had a chance to progress. Therefore, it’s extremely important to […]

Lung Cancer Awareness Month – Different from the Rest

Does it ever seem like there is always some sort of National [insert something, anything HERE] Awareness Day/Week/Month going on? Just last month was Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Awareness Month as well as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Along with Lung Cancer Awareness, November is also COPD Awareness Month and there may be more which this […]

An Introduction to Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Now that Halloween is over many people turn their attention to the celebration of the impending holiday season – but November is more than just Thanksgiving and the kick off to Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza and New Years’ festivities  – on a more sober note, it is also Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Lung cancer is the […]