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Indoor air pollution

Most people associate air pollution with smog and other outdoor pollutants, but household air pollution can be a major problem that triggers allergy and asthma symptoms. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, asthma has been a fast-growing problem in the last 20 years. As early as 1990, indoor air pollution was labeled a high-priority health risk by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencey (EPA).

As such, it's important to treat the air in your household and limit the amount of pollutants and allergens you and your family track into your home.

To reduce air pollution, you should be sure to keep the house ventilated and control sources of pollution. Our professional-grade air purifiers are extremely helpful in filtering pollutants and allergens out of the air you breathe.

The AllerAir AirMedic MCS is one of the most effective purifiers for those with multiple chemical sensitivity and allergies. It features a medical-grade HEPA filter to remove even the tiniest particles. This eco-friendly filter which uses no neoprene, styrofoam, caulking or glue will make you feel good about your health and your part in helping the environment.

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