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Winter Allergies: Five Ways To Reduce Cold Weather Allergens

  Oh, is that snow outside? Winter must be right around the corner. Winter allergies can leave you miserable, sometimes with a runny nose or flu-like symptoms. Learn 5 simple steps to help you feel better. Whether you write them down or bookmark this post, these will all help reduce winter weather allergy symptoms, this year and beyond. Winter Allergy Tips 1) Steer Clear Of Allergens Considering the most prominent winter allergens (Pet Dander, Mold/Mildew, Pollen) are quite common in our everyday routine, staying indoors to avoid them is easier said than done.  In certain parts of

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Aaron Pauley From The Band ‘Of Mice & Men’ Can’t Live Without His Oransi Max Air Purifier

As a company who prides ourselves on providing products that make a difference in people’s lives, we’re always happy when our customers reach out to let us know our air purifiers are helping them breathe better and feel their best.  We were especially pleased when, recently, Aaron Pauley – the singer and bass player of popular rock band Of Mice & Men – let his fans know he was breathing better than ever, thanks to hisOransi Max HEPA Air Purifier. How awesome is that?

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7 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Your home is a safe haven, your protection against the outside world. But you may be living among invisible threats; namely, indoor air pollution which can cause poor health in our homes. Some pollutants include carbon monoxide, radon, volatile organic compounds, formaldehyde, pet dander, tobacco smoke, among others. Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) has a multiplier effect on health issues so it can amplify problems like heart disease or respiratory issues. To ensure you live in a clean and comfortable environment, here are a few ways you can improve indoor air quality.

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10 Scary Facts About Fall Allergies You Probably Didn’t Know

Fall allergy season is upon us. Yet, despite the seasonal shift bringing welcomed activities like weekend football and trips to the cider mill, we’re also faced with maybe the biggest upswing of harmful airborne allergens all year. Thanks to a drastic increase in ragweed pollen, dust mites, hay fever and pet dander, Fall is one of those times of year when we have to take extra precaution to ensure we’re not falling victim to the various seasonal allergens swirling around our air. But, how can we take precautions against allergy trends we’re not aware of?

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Learn About Wildfire Smoke and HEPA Air Purifiers

In recent months, extreme dry spells have been creating a drastic rise in wildfires, across the United States. As a result, the levels of wildfire smoke are higher than ever and continually rising. The smoke is most prominent in the West Coast, but has spread across many parts of the Midwest and South.  To help provide relief HEPA Air Purifiers are being utilized to clear the air. According to NPR, health departments in numerous states are taking extra precautions to make sure their residents aren’t affected. Yet, officials are concerned preventative efforts could be ineffective.

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California School District Looks To Protect Students With HEPA Air Purifiers

With school starting across the country, many districts are updating their facilities to help students learn better than ever. The Mountain Valley Unified School District is taking it one step further, by purchasing 30 HEPA Air Purifiers to guarantee their students are breathing the healthiest air possible.

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China Starting To Meet Air Quality Standards

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, although slowly but surely they are making progress 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.

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