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Types of Smoke Air Purifiers Remove | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Jun 23, 2022

Most people are aware that smoke in any form is not good for the body, whether the smoke is from wildfires, fireplaces, tobacco or even marijuana. It has been shown that smoking tobacco increases the risk of lung cancer, heart disease, and is associated with multiple other diseases. However, secondhand smoke and thirdhand smoke are also quite harmful to the human body. …

How to Monitor Pollen Count, VOCs and Air Quality in Your Environment | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Jun 06, 2022

We know that air quality contributes significantly to health. We also know that indoor air quality is typically 2 to 5 times worse than outdoor air quality, as many different indoor contaminants can cause allergic reactions and even aggravate certain medical conditions. The question is: How do we know if certain contaminants exist in our environment? Unfortunately, i …

Indoor Allergies and What You Can Do About Them

Posted by Air Health on May 20, 2022

Allergies come in a variety of forms and can affect people to varying degrees. They can either be a minor nuisance or cause potentially life threatening problems. Regardless, it is important to know what they are, how they manifest, and what you may be able to do to resolve problems with them. …

Ionizing Air Purifiers and the Risk of Ozone

Posted by Air Health on May 18, 2022

Did You Know Ozone Can Be Bad for Your Health?The Invisible Risk of Air Ionizers Many factors go into deciding whether to purchase an air purifier or an ionizer for your home. One thing that often gets overlooked is the concern of ozone production. Almost all ionizer-style purifiers produce some ozone, which could potentially cause harm to a home’s occupants and guests. Le …

How Air Purifiers Help With Spring Allergies | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Apr 14, 2022

Spring allergies got you down? Does someone in your house suffer from seasonal allergies or pet allergies? You’re not alone, as more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, whether it be seasonal, pet, or any other.  In the spring, common outdoor allergens include pollen, mold and mildew while indoor allergens, such as pet dander and dust mites, can b …
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