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Clean Air Plus HEPA Air Purifiers

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Welcome to Clean Air Plus, your premier source for HEPA air purifiers and information about clean air. The health benefits of breathing clean, pure air are well documented, and we pride ourselves on offering the very best HEPA air purifier selection on the market today. With over a decade in providing clean air solutions to hospitals, businesses and residential consumers, our company only sells brands that are of the highest caliber, including Amaircare, Austin, IQAir, Oransi, Airpura.

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Taking Control of Your Indoor Air Quality

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Pollution swells out of factory smokestacks and pours out vehicle exhausts. We see it; sometimes we smell it; and because of that, the danger is apparent. Poor indoor air quality, on the other hand, is much more dangerous. We don’t see it; we don’t smell it; we don’t recognize it; and within the confines of our home, it exists at much higher concentration levels. In fact, the air in our homes, schools and worksites is often ten times more polluted than the air outdoors.

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Study Links Air Pollution to Heart Disease in Women

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In a bit of disturbing news, a study conducted by the Women’s Health Initiative has shown that women exposed to high levels of air pollution suffer from an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. This finding serves to highlight the need to clean our environment, planet and the air that we breathe. While this news is disheartening at best, it is also a reminder that there are ways to lessen the impact that fine particulate air pollution has on our health and well-being – if we are willing to do something about it.

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Air Pollution Is Attacking Young Lungs, Study Shows

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An article published several years ago in Pediatrics Digest stated air pollution has a substantially greater effect on the lungs of children than health professionals had expected. The information in the article came from a study published by Taiwanese researchers who were researching the effect of the local allergy season on the severity of asthma attacks in young children. They were also investigating the effects that unnatural airborne particle pollution was having on these young lungs.

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Air Pollution, Brain Aging Link Found

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There is research that demonstrates a clear link between air pollution and acceleratedbrain aging. This link may account for some of the otherwise unexplainable symptoms that are associated with air pollution exposure, and it highlights the need for air purifiers in living environments, especially those occupied by the very young and the very old. This 2012 study concluded that significant levels of air pollution could accelerate cognitive decline, or brain aging, particularly among the elderly. 

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Study Reveals How Dust Affects Asthma

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Researchers at the National Institute of Health (NIH) revealed why dust exacerbates asthma so severely: bacterial protein. Doctors and asthma sufferers have long recognized the effect dust has on asthma symptoms, but it has never been scientifically clear as to why the effect is so acute. The study by the NIH and Duke University identified a bacterial protein as the culprit worsening the allergic reaction. Such a component had long been suspected, but the presence of a protein flagellin in house dust has since been documented.

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What You Didn’t Know About Air Pollution

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Air Pollution Image-Clean Air PlusRecent polling studies indicate that Americans think they recognize the dangers of air pollution and the techniques to mitigate them. They also tend to believe that the worst dangers are in the past thanks to increased awareness and increased environmental measures. What these beliefs reinforce is the fact that most Americans have a dangerously false sense of confidence when it comes to air pollution and the effect that it is having on their lives.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Air Purification

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If you’ve visited any health websites or watched any health-related television shows within the past several years, then you’ve undoubtedly heard a lot about growing concerns surrounding air pollution and how it affects people’s health. In the past, the only people who paid a significant amount of attention to air quality were those who suffered from chronic respiratory illnesses like asthma and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). 

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Removing Allergy Triggers from the Home

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Household Allergy Triggers Image-Clean Air PlusMost people with allergies suffer far more than they have to. As a society, we put so much  focus on medication and other remedies, and don’t give nearly enough attention to controlling our environment and managing our triggers. Take control of your allergies. Read the strategies outlined below, and incorporate them into your routine.

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How HEPA Air Purifiers Can Promote Good Health

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Good For Life Image-Clean Air PlusAs a health conscious individual, you undoubtedly seek to eat a healthy diet and avoid harmful chemicals and toxins as much as possible. You most likely do everything you can to ensure that your children and family are safe and protected from impurities in their daily lives, too. Despite that diligence, you might be overlooking one very important thing: the indoor air quality in your home. All of your strident efforts at keeping yourself and your family as healthy as possible can be compromised by constantly breathing in harmful particles in the home. 

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