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  • Keep your Valentine's Day flowers for longer

    Most people like getting flowers, regardless of the occasion. With Valentine's Day barely behind us, however, it's safe to say that many a kitchen table is now weighted with vases of blooms.

    Having a bouquet of fresh flowers in your home is hardly objectionable - if you don't have allergies. For the not-so-lucky few, you may find that it only takes a day or two before you can no longer stand all the itching and sneezing.

    Fortunately, there are corrective measures you can take that will not only extend the life of your flowers but make them more enjoyable for the duration of their stay.

    Installing a professional grade air purifying system is invariably the most effective way to eliminate pollen as well as a full range of contaminants from the air inside your home.

    FreshAirPro's top-rated, best-trusted brands often combine two or more filtration technologies, such as activated carbon and HEPA filters, to catch particulate matter as well as gases and odors.

  • A fresh-air alternative to keeping the windows open

    As the weather finally gets warmer and we approach being able to shut off our heat for good, many of us are looking forward to opening our windows and feeling the sensation of a fresh breeze.

    However, according to the Idaho Mountain Express, this isn't always the most health-conscious move, as it may require extra energy to be expended on heat.

    "Whether heating with electricity or gas, the chemicals and toxins emitted in mining, excavation, transportation and burning of fossil fuels will remain in our air, land and waters throughout your children's lifetimes and beyond," the writer from the news outlet reports. "This is not a healthy air quality situation."

    The news source recommends equipping furnaces with high quality filters and keeping air-cleaning house plants around the home.

    Better yet, installing a professional grade air purifying system could potentially give you fresher air than what's outside and will be healthier and more economical in the long-run. The IQAir HealthPro Plus is a prime example of what advanced filtration technology can do.

  • Look out, allergy-weary: February brings onslaught of sniffles

    While most people generally look forward to warmer weather, the transition period can be especially rough. In fact, February is sure to bring sneezes and sniffles to many people across the country.

    According to some allergy experts, seasonal allergies can have more to do with the pollen released into the wind by trees than pollen contained in flower buds, and the start of the tree's budding cycle can be triggered by early rains and heat, the San Bernardino County Sun reports.

    There's little we can do to change the weather, but we can create an allergy-friendly environment within our home to help take the edge off of the season.

    Installing a professional grade air purifying system is the most effective and efficient way to create an indoor environment free of pollen and allergens. The IQAir HealthPro Plus combines four advanced filtration techniques to effectively tackle pollen, mold and pet dander in addition to a full range of indoor air contaminants.

  • Got pets? Here are ways to keep your home sniffle-free

    A cute, furry face is hard to resist, though the toll that pet allergens take on your nose isn't always a welcome part of the deal.

    Fortunately, there are fairly simple steps you can take to help reduce your sniffling and suffering. Pet dander is an allergen that is present in the air, and as such, can be prevented and eliminated from your indoor environment.

    The Ironton Tribute recommends frequent grooming - preferably outside - to keep loose hair and dander at bay, regular shampooing with a hypoallergenic product, and even the daily use of pet-safe grooming wipes to prevent the accumulation of dander and dirt.

    Besides attending to your pet, you'll also want to dust and vacuum frequently, as allergens cling to dust and thereby travel through the air.

    If you're looking for the ultimate solution, a professional grade air purifying system will not only knock out over 99 percent of pet dander in your air, but a range of other airborne contaminants as well. Look to FreshAirPro for the top-rated, most trusted brands on the market today.

  • Ozone smog pollution linked to asthma

    Those who live in major cities are probably well-aware of the risks associated with pollution, but a new study has found increasing evidence of the spread of ozone smog and its links to respiratory ailments.

    "The study found that even at low levels, ozone smog increases the risk of asthma attacks and irritation in the respiratory system. Together with air pollution it can also contribute to heart attacks and strokes," Voice of America News reports.

    According to the news source, this affects at least 20 million Americans who suffer from asthma and take precautionary measures not to breathe too many bus fumes or subject themselves to more pollution than is necessary on a day-to-day basis.

    Those who wish to minimize their exposure to pollution should invest in a professional-grade air purifying system. The advanced filtration technologies found in FreshAirPro's line of top-quality brands will provide the best line of defense against pollutants as well as a range of other airborne contaminants. Look for air purifiers with HEPA filters and activated carbon to effectively tackle particulate matter as well as harmful chemicals and gases.

  • Houseplants and other ways to clear the air

    If you've been hankering for a boost in your indoor air quality as of late, investing in some green stuff for your home can be a major step on the road to improvement.

    According to the Columbus Dispatch, researchers have confirmed that some species of houseplants can remove harmful toxins from the air and effectively improve indoor air quality using photosynthesis techniques.

    Peg McMahon, associate professor of horticulture and plant science at Ohio State University, told the news source that the addition of plants "won't hurt, and they certainly do have the capacity to clean" and that "what they do for your mood is at least as good as what they do for your respiratory system."

    In order to be effective, however, you need one or two plants for every hundred square feet, and even then, plants can't filter every airborne contaminant.

    If you really want a thoroughly well-done job, consider investing in a professional grade air purifying system. The Airgle 750 HEPA Air Purifier performed with the highest Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) among 159 other leading brands in independent laboratory tests and effectively tackles smoke, mold, dust, pollen, pet dander and a range of other airborne pollutants.

  • Spring thaw will mark the onset of mold season

    For many of the winter-weary, the beginning of the official thaw could not come soon enough. However, with the rising of temperatures comes the return of the mold season, alighting once more to the chagrin of allergy-sufferers.

    "Molds are the part of nature's recycling system that converts dead plants back to soil. With high average humidity and lots of vegetation, outdoor mold levels in South Jersey are usually high. The only time they're low is when the ground is frozen or covered with snow. If you have asthma, hay fever or chronic sinusitis and they're better during a hard freeze, you're probably allergic to molds," advises Robert E. Coifman, MD, on

    If this sounds all too familiar, you may consider investing in a professional grade air purifying system.

    The top-rated, best-selling IQAir brand carries a range of purifiers that combine various filtration techniques to deliver optimum air purity. The IQAir HealthPro Plus uses micro-particle filtration to tackle mold spores, pollen, pet dander and other allergens.

  • Giant snails measure air pollution more accurately than some instruments

    A sewage company in St. Petersburg, Russia, is teaching us all that when it comes to the quality of the air that you breathe, it pays to rely on your own senses sometimes.

    Vodokanal, a St. Petersburg water company, is using giant snails, which serve as indicators of potentially harmful pollution from a sewage incinerator on the basis that the snails can pick up air quality readings more readily than the company's instruments. It has also employed crayfish to evaluate the quality of the city's drinking water, The Australian reports.

    "Live organisms won't deceive anyone about the danger of pollution," Vodokanal director or wastewater disposal Olga Rublevskaya told the news source. "Now we are under the watch of snails and crayfish all the time."

    If your nose has ever indicated that your indoor air quality is amiss, this may be a legitimate prompt to install a professional grade air purifying system in your home. Invest in any of FreshAirPro's top-rated brands to effectively tackle dust, dust mites, mold, pollution, microorganisms, pet dander, pollen and gases.

  • What exactly are dust mites?

    Many people may have heard mention of the microscopic creatures without ever really learning what a dust mite was.

    Dust mites are not just another variety of inanimate sneeze-triggers that float around your apartment. The house dust mite is actually a tiny insect that thrives off of organic material such as human skin flakes and takes shelter in household dust, and the combination of the two can be a major detriment to allergy-sufferers.

    Though they also are found in bedding, couches and old clothing, the dust mites leave behind a powerful allergen that many people react to strongly.

    One of the only effective means of getting rid of dust mites is installing a professional grade air purifying system. A cutting-edge machine such as the IQAir HealthPro Plus can effectively tackle a range of airborne contaminants, including dust, dust mites, mold spores, pet dander, and various other microorganisms.

    The HealthPro Plus contains 5 pounds of activated carbon to eliminate compounds that cause pesky odors and is also equipped with a HyperHEPA filter, the most advanced filter of its class.

  • New study reveals more about the spread of flu

    While many of us are in the practice of washing our hands often and coughing into our sleeves, there appears to be more to preventing the spread of the flu virus.

    Virginia Tech researcher Linsey Marr determined that the flu could indeed be spread simply by breathing the same air as a sick person. Marr and her team of researchers placed air filters around several pubic establishments and later evaluated the filters at the lab, reports.

    "The concentrations are high enough that it is certainly possible that you could go into a room where someone has been sick and been spreading viruses and you could just breathe that air and potentially get the flu," Marr told the news source.

    Of course, this also proves that air filters can be a highly effective means of preventing the spread of airborne illnesses.

    Look to any of FreshAirPro's professional-grade air purifying systems for cutting-edge technology that is built to effectively tackle airborne viruses and bacteria as well as a range of other airborne contaminants.

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