Anyone who’s been keeping up on air quality concerns in China will be interested to know that 75% of big Chinese cities still fail to meet air quality standards. Yet, according to Reuters and the Chinese environment ministry, that number is actually positive, signifying a relatively substantial increase in year over year air quality – which showed 90% of big Chinese cities didn’t meet air quality standards last year, suggesting a 15% year over year improvement.
No one wants to feel under the weather, especially when it’s beautiful outside. Unfortunately, airborne allergens don’t can’t care about what we want and in the summer months, they run rampant on our immune systems anyway. To help everyone susceptible to seasonal allergies get through this hot bed of sniffling and sneezing, we’ve provided the following ten tips to avoid summer allergies.
Is your lifestyle leading to a heart condition? We’ve got some good news. According to new studies, anyone with poor heart health may benefit from using indoor air purifiers. Although the study can’t definitively say an air purifier will prevent heart attacks or other major coronary or artery diseases, Dr. Sanjay Rajagopalan of the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore says that his studies on Chinese college students prove several risk factors for heart disease dissipate greatly when air purifiers are implemented and fine particulates are removed from the air.
Last month, we unveiled #TheOransiDifference contest, asking Oransi users to share their air purifier experience and let us know how our units are helping their lives. Although we got numerous responses, the one that stood out the most was from Janet Banta.
Are you a proud owner of an Oransi Air Purifier? If so, now is your opportunity to tell us why. As part of our new #TheOransiDifference promotion, we’re offering a full refund on one lucky customer’s Oransi air purifier, just for telling us how the unit has helped improve their daily routine. How to enter: