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Poor Air Quality Increases Risk Of Stroke

Air quality continues to be a hot button issue across not only the United States, but the entire world. As research pinpoints the negative effects of smog and air pollution on our respiratory systems, new German research has found fine particulate matter has recently been linked to increased levels of stokes in adults.

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The Most Common Spring Allergies In America, By Region

Spring allergy season has been in full effect for a few weeks now. As a result, runny noses and itchy eyes are getting the best of people with spring allergies. Believe it or not, those allergic reactions can differ, depending where you live. Since certain areas across the United States have different natural growth and higher levels of pollen than others, many regions across the country have different spring allergy triggers.

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These 100 Cities In America Have The Worst Spring Allergies

Symptoms associated with Spring Allergies aren’t always the same for everyone. There are many factors that can influence a person’s reaction to seasonal allergies like pollen, dust and mold. One of the main causes of the worst spring allergy flare-ups is surprisingly where you live. Because air quality regulations and climates vary per region, many cities in America have completely different air quality levels. To create awareness about Spring Allergies, the Asthma And Allergy Foundation Of America has unveiled their yearly rundown of Spring Allergy Capitals for 2015, providing the following list of US cities with the

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Winter Allergy Symptoms & Relief

Many people with seasonal allergies realize that once winter hits, precautionary tactics must be taken to prevent sniffling and sneezing throughout the holidays. However, plenty of others simply don’t realize the severity of Winter allergies and will end up suffering all season long, as a result. To help anyone with allergies from being bogged down during the busiest time of year, we’ve outlined the four major winter allergens, in hopes of educating people towards taking preventative care of themselves and their loved ones. Once you have learned the symptoms and triggers of Winter Allergies, read

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What is the CADR Rating?

CADR Rating Explained CADR, the Clean Air Delivery Rate is a metric that was developed as a way of measuring the performance of residential air purifiers. The CADR rating reflects the volume of air in CFM (cubic feet per minute) that is cleaned of particles of certain sizes. To measure the effectiveness in removing different particle sizes, three types of particles are tested: smoke, pollen and dust.  These represent small, medium and large sized particles. Each is measured and assigned it’s own CADR score. Benefits of CADR The advantage of the CADR rating is that it gives

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Relieve Ragweed and Pollen Allergies With An Air Purifier

Dear Mother Nature… What have I done to offend you? Why are you trying to kill me with your plethora of pollen bursts? #allergies — Jenni Clayville (@jclayville) October 3, 2014   Pollen always gives me the WORST allergies — Kelsey Baker (@_KelseyABaker) August 28, 2014 Aanndddd my allergies are up and at it again… Thank you #ragweed #allergies *sniff sniff* — Gayathri N (@GNLoveLiveLaugh) October 3, 2014 Go anywhere these days and people will be complaining about their allergies.

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China Air Purifier Trends

Since the US Embassy in Beijing began reporting the air quality readings in Jan 2012 the awareness of the severity of the air environment issues in China has risen dramatically. With the prevalent use of mobile phones and apps in China air purifier trends are becoming easier to see. Let’s look a little deeper at what’s happening. The air environment in China is very different than that in the United States or Europe. China has small PM2.5 particulates as well as a variety of gases such as formaldehyde, ozone, combustion gases, sulfur, etc that are

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