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  • 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.

  • Ragweed season may continue well into the fall

    Ragweed and pollen may not only be allergy irritants known to spring, but autumn as well, according to new research.

    A study conducted by Linda Ford and her colleagues concluded that ragweed season is stretching out into the fall, the Omaha World-Herald reports. For allergy sufferers, this means more sniffling and sneezing.

    In the Omaha area, which was examined during a part of the study, the season became longer between 1995 and 2009. Ragweed was present for an average of 11 extra days, and the season was even longer in northern regions of the country.

    Air purifiers can help homeowners find relief from their allergy symptoms indoors. Those who suffer from long periods of itchy eyes and runny noses may want to purchase the IQAir HealthPro Plus to get rid of allergens in the air.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus has a HyperHEPA filter designed to catch small particles that can cause allergic reactions, such as dust and bacteria. Homeowners who find themselves constantly sneezing from pet dander and tobacco smoke can also benefit from the air purifier, which removes these particles within 900 square feet of the device.

  • Warm weather causing more trees to release pollen

    Many people across the country are beginning to show symptoms of seasonal allergies, despite cold weather still lingering in certain regions. However, extreme temperature fluctuations are to blame for the early onset of the allergy season, according to the New York Daily News. Warm weather spurred trees to bud and spread pollen, while cold weather caused it to linger.

    "Just like predicting the weather, it's hard to predict how bad an allergy season will be," William Reisacher, director of the allergy center at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell, told the news source.

    Individuals with severe allergies are advised to stay indoors between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. when pollen counts are extremely high. Those who want to take control of the situation in their own homes can purchase the IQAir HealthPro Plus air purifier to breathe a little easier.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus is equipped with a HyperHEPA filter to trap fine particles that can trigger itchy eyes and runny noses for allergy sufferers. Most air purifiers can only capture particles larger than 0.3 microns in size, but the IQAir HealthPro Plus' filter is designed to catch smaller particles that are responsible for allergic reactions.

  • IQAir CEO: Air pollution a greater concern in North America than radiation from Japan

    In response to a wave of fears and speculation regarding the nuclear crisis in Japan, CEO of IQAir North America Glory Dolphin has spoken out regarding the displacement of our attention to less pressing matters for those of us at home.

    "Considering the miniscule levels of radiation from Japan detected in North America so far, we consider it irresponsible that some companies would take advantage of unwarranted fears of radiation to try to sell products for nuclear fallout at this time," says Dolphin. "The fact is, there are real and powerful killers in the air we breathe every day in the U.S. and Canada. And that's where our attention belongs."

    According to Dolphin, Americans are at far greater risk for developing physical ailments due to the day-to-day pollution levels present in the air we breathe.

    IQAir is at the forefront of technology that can remove these issues, thanks to the top-market quality of its air purifying systems. The best-selling, top-rated IQAir HealthPro Plus combines four advanced filtration technologies to make it one of the best machines of its kind, effectively filtering over 99 percent of all particulate matter from the air and simultaneously removing harmful chemicals, gases and odors.

  • April showers bring May flowers (and mold, bacteria and other undesirables)

    People around the world are rejoicing that it's finally spring, as the promise of warmer weather makes it that much easier to endure the unstable temperatures, allergies and heavy rains that the season is typically known for.

    However, spring precipitation can have other far-reaching consequences beyond just another unpleasant commute. Lots of rain plus warmer temperatures creates conditions that are ripe for the proliferation of mold, bacteria and other things that are generally best left out of our homes.

    If your home is susceptible to mold, it's important to repair cracked sealing and use ventilation in rooms such as the kitchen and bathroom.

    For a solution that most effectively manages mold build-up, a high-quality air purifying system is well worth the investment. A top-rated, best-selling make such as the IQAir HealthPro Plus is fully equipped with advanced filtration technologies to remove over 99 percent of all particulate matter as well as harmful gases and chemicals. The HealthPro Plus is an excellent solution for allergy-sufferers, those with multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) or anyone else with an inclination to improve their respiratory health.

  • Carpets are well worth cleaning: Effective ways to improve indoor air quality

    While many of us may be aware of the factors that contribute to poor indoor air quality, not all of us always know when a major culprit is lying right under our feet.

    "Carpets act as a filter that holds soil, dust mites, pollen, debris and other contaminants," according to The Republic. "A dirty carpet is the ideal place for bacteria and germs to multiply and grow...Vacuuming helps pull up a good amount of that stuff, but not all."

    For this reason, the news source recommends getting carpets professionally cleaned once or twice a year, especially if you've got kids or pets.

    An alternative is to get to the source of the problem. Installing a professional-grade air purifying system is by far the most effective means to remove over 99 percent of all particulate matter that would eventually get trapped between carpet fibers.

    The top-rated, best-selling IQAir HealthPro Plus combines four advanced filtration technologies to deliver high-performance results. Its HyperHEPA filter stage is the most advanced filter of its kind and can capture particles ten times smaller than standard HEPA models.

  • Air purifiers recommended as asthma treatment

    Asthma sufferers may have a range of treatments available to them, but among them, air purifiers are said to be one of the most effective remedies.

    "Our homes are like enclosed spaces where we breathe in...the same air on a continuous basis. Attacks that can [start] very quickly may be caused by some of the common things found at home such as...dust and dust mites," according to UK News Reporter. "The function of the allergy relief electronic air cleaner or air purifier is to purify the circulating air which you are breathing and eradicate all the floating particles which are behind the attacks."

    For the leading names in air purifying systems, look to FreshAirPro's top selection of trusted and reputable brands.

    The best-selling IQAir HealthPro Plus is equipped with four advanced filtration technologies to effectively tackle a range of airborne contaminants, including dust, dust mites, pollen, pet dander, gases, smoke, mold, and harmful chemicals and odors. The HealthPro Plus boasts a HyperHEPA filter, the most advanced filter of its kind, as well as activated carbon, which is the leading method for absorbing gases and odors.

  • How to take care of your lungs in the winter

    It's hard to breathe easy when the air is so dry, which is why wintertime requires special steps to help you treat your respiratory system well.

    "Cold, dry air...challenges the respiratory system by causing the cells lining the airways to become inflamed and produce mucus as a protective mechanism. Mucous production results in chest congestion, coughing, and discharge," according to the Toronto Sun.

    To combat these effects, the news source recommends herbal remedies using marshmallow roots and licorice as well as regular sinus rinsing.

    Another wholesale method to attack such conditions is to install a professional grade air purifying system. Employing a trusted machine can be your top-line defense against a range of airborne contaminants including dust, dust mites, mold, pollen, pet dander, smoke, gases, odors, viruses and bacteria.

    The IQAir HealthPro Plus is the top-rated, best-selling model on the market today for its combined use of four advanced filtration technologies.

  • Give mold spores the boot in your home

    Given that the rainy season is approaching, it's a fitting time to educate ourselves on mold-reduction strategies to ensure we don't get stuck with unpleasant and potentially harmful contaminants inside our homes.

    According to the Fond du Lac Reporter, the kitchen and the bathroom are usually the number one culprits when it comes to harvesting mold spores, so do what you can to reduce moisture in these areas. If there's no fan or ventilation system installed in your bathroom, cracking the window or leaving the door open while you shower can help prevent the build-up of steam.

    Additionally, you should take the time to fix any leaks, clean moldy surfaces and get rid of excess houseplants. If humidity is an issue in your home, a dehumidifier can also be of great help, the news source reports.

    To tackle all of these issues at once, however, a professional grade air purifying system is best for the job.

    The AllerAir 5000 Exec is equipped with 18 pounds of activated carbon to make it a top-of-the-line defense against chemicals, gases and odors as well as a powerful HEPA filter that will remove 99.97 percent of all particulate matter.

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