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Heat and Air Quality Advisory–Check These Websites

I hope you are enjoying the summer. I know it has been challenging with the heat and air quality issues.

New York City issued a Heat Advisory for today and tomorrow, 7/28/23 and 7/29/23.

Please see the Advisory below.

I believe it is also important to check the air quality daily, as we know that poor air quality can greatly affect our health especially our hearts, blood vessels, and lungs, and cause premature death(1).

Please go to www.airnow.gov to check out the air quality in your area.

The two major types of pollution in the US are ozone and particle pollution. Please click on these links to learn more.

Please see my earlier Newsletter, Guidance During Wildfire Smoke, for more information as well.


The National Weather Service has issued the following:

What: Heat Advisory

Where: NYC

When: 9:00 PM on 7/28 to 8:00 PM on 7/29

Hazards: High heat and humidity with heat indices of up to 101 degrees expected. These conditions are dangerous to health. People without air conditioning, older adults, and people with chronic health conditions are most at risk.

An Excessive Heat Warning remains in effect citywide until 9:00 PM on Friday, 7/28.

Preparedness Actions:

– Avoid strenuous activity

– Active children, adults, and people with lung disease such as asthma should reduce prolonged or heavy exertion outdoors

For more information and safety tips on avoiding heat illness, visit www.NYC.gov/beattheheat.

For the latest weather info: www.weather.gov/okx/.

I hope this information and the websites provided empower you to stay cool and breathe easier.

Have a beautiful weekend!

Dr. Jill


1. The Terrible 10: Air Pollution’s Top 10 Health Risks


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