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  • Is fresh air on your spring cleaning list?

    Now that the weather is warm enough to crack a window, people everywhere are likely catching up on their spring cleaning if they haven't done so yet. If there are a few items that remain on your list, make sure that freshening your air doesn't stay there for too much longer.

    Winter is one of the worst seasons for indoor air quality, as people tend to spend most of their time inside and closed windows equate to poor air circulation. However, just because that's about to change doesn't mean that those who live in densely polluted areas won't be ale to benefit from a bit of outside help.

    Health-conscious individuals looking to boost their indoor air quality should consider investing in a professional-quality air purifying system. Fresh Air Pro carries only the best, most trusted brands available on the market today, such as the best-selling IQAir.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus is a top-line defense against a range of household contaminants such as mold, pollen, dust, dust mites, pet dander, gases, odors and smoke. It combines four advanced filtration technologies to effectively filter over 99 percent of particles from the air, leaving you with fresh, clean air you can count on.

  • Allergies may prove to be genetic in many families

    Although the direct cause of allergies is not known, many researchers have determined that there may be a biological link between children and their parents. For three-year-old Jake Wolfe from Indianapolis, this could be bad news, according to the Indianapolis Star.

    Both of his parents, Eric and Lisa Wolfe, suffer from nearly 100 percent of seasonal allergies. The family is not alone - between 10 to 30 percent of adults suffer from hay fever. Approximately 40 percent of kids have the same allergic condition.

    "This year has been worse because of the extreme change in temperatures," Lisa Wolfe told the news source.

    Households who suffer from allergies, similar to the Wolfe family, can benefit from purchasing an air purifier. These devices remove particles from the air that can cause allergic reactions.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus is one of the most beneficial air purifiers on the market. The product has a HyperHEPA filter that can trap unseen particles, such as pollen, dust and mold spores. The IQAir HealthPro Plus is also ideal for homeowners who suffer from allergic reactions due to pet dander and cigarette smoke.

  • EPA faces budget cut in 2011

    The Clean Air Act has kept pollutants from damaging the ozone layer at an alarming rate, but environmental advocates' efforts may be hindered in the near future, according to Bloomberg News. The Environmental Protection Agency's budget is expected to be cut by nearly 16 percent. This will amount to approximately $1.6 billion as a result of a deal with President Obama in the government's attempt to save money in the 2011 fiscal year.

    "A $1.6 billion cut coming just at the time the EPA is finally waking up and starting to adopt basic safeguards is going to have a significant impact," Gabe Wisniewski, coal campaign director for the environmental group Greenpeace, told the news source.

    Americans who live with respiratory conditions, such as asthma, suffer extensively from pollution. Air purifiers can be used to help individuals breathe easily indoors.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier is one device that can reduce the amount of harmful pollutants present in the air with its HyperHEPA filter. The product is designed to trap microscopic particles that are responsible for allergic reactions and asthma attacks in living spaces.

  • Clean Air act protecting more asthma sufferers from pollutants

    The Clean Air Act was created to protect individuals from harmful pollutants in the environment, but disagreements in Congress are threatening to void the protective legislation, according to the Midland Daily News. In portions of the country where asthma is a growing concern, such as Michigan, this could further health complications and hospital visits.

    "For healthcare professionals, the public policy stakes here are enormous and painfully clear," Brenda Afzal, U.S. Climate Policy Coordinator for Heath Care Without Harm, told the news source. "According to a recent Environmental Protection Agency analysis, the Clean Air Act amendments of 1990 currently prevent 1.7 million cases of asthma exacerbation."

    Asthma can result in wheezing and a dangerous shortness of breath in individuals who suffer from the condition. Air purifiers can help remove pollutants from rooms and help asthma patients breathe easier.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier is ideal for allergy and asthma sufferers. The HyperHEPA filter can remove dangerous air particles and bacteria from up to 900 square feet. It can control the amount of complex air pollution that travels throughout a household and make the air safe to breathe for those who suffer from severe respiratory conditions.

  • More allergy sufferers turning to shots for relief

    For some allergy sufferers, reactions are more severe than others. Aside from the occasional runny nose, many individuals are forced to endure itchy eyes and labored breathing during the allergy season. Pollen can be an ongoing burden for those with sensitivity to these airborne irritants, but allergy shots are offering relief for many, according to the Chicago Tribune.

    Michelle Jason is one woman who carried nasal sinus spray everywhere with her and took three pills a day to control her allergies. Since enduring years of allergy shots, she told the Tribune that it has been worth the pain to enjoy the great outdoors.

    Those who want to avoid needles and control their seasonal allergies still have other options, such as air purifiers. With the right device, individuals can reduce their allergic reactions and make it easier to breathe indoors.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier is ideal for allergy sufferers of all ages. The device can cover up to 900 square feet and quickly remove allergens from the air. Its HyperHEPA filter is ideal for trapping pollen and other small particles that may cause seasonal watery eyes and runny noses.

  • Smog proven to hinder brain capabilities

    Air pollution has long been known to cause respiratory issues and increase the risk of cardiovascular problems, but new research suggests that the brain is not immune to the harmful effects of smog. A study conducted by the University of Southern California has determined that long-term exposure to air pollution may result in brain damage, according to AltTransport.

    Researchers exposed lab rats to the chemicals commonly found in smog for 150 hours over the course of a week. This is the equivalent of three weeks of traveling on the highways in southern California. Experts were able to determine that the pollution caused inflammation in brain cells, which can cause learning difficulty and memory issues.

    Individuals who want to improve the air quality in their living spaces and remove harmful pollutants may want to purchase an air purifier. A device with a HEPA filter can greatly reduce the amount of particles in the air that are known to cause lung irritation.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier has a HyperHEPA filter that can trap ultra-fine particles that are smaller than 0.3 microns in size. The product can be helpful for individuals who suffer from respiratory conditions such as asthma.

  • Cleanliness may be advancing allergies in Americans

    Approximately 60 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies on an annual basis, but experts say that reactions are becoming more common in people of all ages, according to the Evansville Courier and Press.

    Physicians believe that the increase in the number of allergy cases may be due in part to cleanliness. Because more people are making an effort to use hygienic products such as hand sanitizer, the immune system is being trained to attack foreign invaders. This includes pollen, which in turn results in allergic reactions.

    "[Allergies] can start anytime in life," Anne McLaughlin, an allergist and immunologist for Deaconess Clinic Gateway Health Center, told the news source. "It's a lifetime problem."

    Individuals who want to breathe easier in their household may want to consider purchasing an advanced air purifier such as the IQAir HealthPro Plus. This air purifier comes with a HyperHEPA filter that is designed to trap particles that are smaller than 0.3 microns in size. Homeowners can prevent pollen, smoke and pet dander from causing allergic reactions on a regular basis.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier covers up to 900 square feet. It is the ideal device for allergy and asthma sufferers alike who want relief from seasonal symptoms.

  • Montana student group pushes for clean air legislation

    Many people hope for cleaner air without taking action against pollution, but one group is out to make a difference against companies that release toxic chemicals into the atmosphere. Recently, the University of Montana Climate Action Now group asked the Missoula Chamber of Commerce in Montana to consider instituting clean air legislation.

    Approximately 20 people from Missoula environmental groups participated in protests in Washington, D.C. against air pollution, according to NBC affiliate KECI. The students also shared their concerns with senators at a local environmental conference.

    Individuals who suffer from respiratory conditions are often the most affected by air pollution. Air purifiers can remove airborne particles from your indoor environment and make it easier to breathe.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier is an effective device in the battle against pollution. Its HyperHEPA filter can trap particles that cause irritation in individuals with conditions such as allergies and asthma.

    Individuals can remove dust, pollen and smoke within 900 square feet of the IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier. The filter is designed to trap ultra-fine particles that are less than 0.3 microns in size. Homeowners who want to relieve themselves of polluted air can use a purifier to remove toxins from their living spaces.

  • Proper nutrition may relieve allergy symptoms

    Allergies and asthma are two common conditions found in adults and children alike. However, the spring season doesn't have to mean endless sneezing and watery eyes. New research shows that a balanced diet may be able to reduce the risk of allergic reactions.

    Fred Pescatore, the author of "The Allergy and Asthma Cure," says that science is continuing to prove that food may play a key role in allergy symptoms.

    "Proper nutrition can make a dramatic difference," Pescatore says.

    Through his research, Pescatore states that individuals with mold allergies can reduce their symptoms by adhering to a low-yeast diet. Those with grass allergies can relieve their runny noses by avoiding high consumption of grain.

    However, not all individuals are willing to dramatically change their diets on a whim. People who want to go another route to reduce their symptoms may want to purchase an air purifier.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier has a HyperHEPA filter, designed to trap particles smaller than 0.3 microns in size. This includes dust, pollen, mold and smoke. Individuals who suffer from allergies and asthma can breathe easier when using the IQAir HealthPro Plus, which clears air within 900 square feet of the device.

  • Boilers to shut down after scrutiny from the EPA

    The burning of resources such as coal has long been argued over due to the pollution it creates in the atmosphere. Now, 18 boilers owned by the Tennessee Valley Authority have been forced to shut down in an effort to reduce the waste distributed into the air, according to Forbes magazine.

    The closing of the boilers will significantly reduce the amount of carbon emissions released by the Tennessee Valley Authority. This development is the result of a lawsuit filed by the Environmental Protection Agency, claiming that the emissions were extremely detrimental to the environment.

    Air pollution can cause a number of health complications and worsen respiratory illnesses such as asthma. Individuals who want to improve the air quality in their homes may want to consider purchasing an air purifier.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier is one example of a device that can remove harmful particles using a HyperHEPA filter. The product is designed to trap particles that are smaller than 0.3 microns in size, including dust, pollen and ragweed. The IQAir HealthPro Plus is also helpful for individuals who have an allergy to pet dander.

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