NIH Says Moist Masks Are Good for You

Summary by Cindy Olmstead

A study coming out of the National Institutes of Health suggests that the humidity of your exhaled breath inside a mask may be help to lower disease severity when you are infected with COVID-19. Researchers tested four different types of masks and found that thick cotton masks had the largest increase in humidity. They also looked at whether air temperature made a difference in the amount of humidity and found that a low temperature of 7 degrees Celsius (44.6 Fahrenheit) raised humidity levels...

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