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  1. 7 Benefits of Using a Humidifier
    30 Oct, 2017
    7 Benefits of Using a Humidifier
    1. Better Skin, Better Healing Dry air is capable of wreaking havoc on your skin. Many people are familiar with the effects of biting winter cold, from chapped lips to dry, cracking knuckles, all problems which can be caused or made worse when insufficient moisture is present in the air. Before you invest in bulk quantities of lotion and lip balm to rehydrate your skin, think about rehydrating the air. Humidifiers add that crucial moisture back into the air to reduce the painful symptoms
  2. 6 Problems Dry Air Will Cause
    26 Aug, 2017
    6 Problems Dry Air Will Cause
    One - Dry air increases your chances of getting ill The upper part of your respiratory system, including your throat and nose, is lined with moist membranes. These membranes serve to capture dirt, dust, viruses and bacteria before they reach your lungs. When these membranes lose too much moisture to dry air, their ability to capture particles becomes compromised. Proper humidity levels help these membranes do their job preventing harmful particles from getting into the sensitive areas of your
  3. The Myths About Air Purifiers
    04 Aug, 2017
    The Myths About Air Purifiers
    “All air cleaners can remove tobacco smoke” Most of the air cleaners are capable of removing particles floating in the air only. Some specially designed air cleaners which are equiped with activated charcoal, can remove toxic gases and odor associated with smoke can do the work. BONECO‘s air cleaners are installed with activated charcoal filters, and are good in doing this.            “If you have allergies, air cleaners are a silver bullet and you will not have to do anything else.” An
  4. Air pollution and your health – what are the facts?
    19 Apr, 2017
    Air pollution and your health – what are the facts?
    Air pollution and your health – what are the facts? This is a report written by Client Earth about the facts of air pollution written and published 21 December 2016 Air pollution is the world’s largest single environmental health risk. It has a major impact on the lives of millions of people across the globe. That’s why ClientEarth is taking action to clear the air. Because individuals’ exposure varies so much, it’s  impossible to establish exactly how air pollution affects the health of a
  5. Create the healthiest environment for your baby
    17 Mar, 2017
    Create the healthiest environment for your baby
    As a parent, your natural instinct is to protect your infant at all costs. Unfortunately, many parents inadvertently expose their babies to harmful things right in their own home. Among many other things, indoor air quality is incredibly important for the health of everyone in the home – especially newborns. Babies are particularly sensitive to chemicals, airborne pollutants and other things that may go unnoticed by older people. Starting your baby off on a healthy path in life is critical, and
  6. How do i know if my air purifier is working?
    18 Jan, 2017
    How do i know if my air purifier is working?
    Do Air Purifiers Really Work? An air purifier is an important appliance in homes and office areas, especially when someone smokes or has severe allergies. Sometimes, you may find it difficult to know if the purifier is working properly. Not all air purifiers make noise. Whether the air purifier uses a HEPA filter, UV (ultra-violet) light or both, there are ways to determine if it is working properly.  Check the Air Circulation Air purifiers work by circulating air throughout a room. If you
  7. Are you sharing your bed with unseen critters?
    21 Dec, 2016
    Are you sharing your bed with unseen critters?
    We are talking about little creatures called Dust Mites..... Just thinking of these critters living in your pillow by the millions, eating your dead skin and hair is enough to make you sick (literally and figuratively).  The are a major cause of asthma and allergies; especially in vulnerable individuals, such as children and the elderly.  According to the American College of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology, approximately 10 percent of Americans exhibit allergic sensitivity to dust mites. The
  8. What is Particulate Matter anyway!
    08 Dec, 2016
    What is Particulate Matter anyway!
    What is PM, and how does it get into the air?  PM stands for particulate matter (also called particle pollution): the term for a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. Some particles, such as dust, dirt, soot, or smoke, are large or dark enough to be seen with the naked eye. Others are so small they can only be detected using an electron microscope. Particle pollution includes: PM10 : inhalable particles, with diameters that are generally 10 micrometers and smaller;
  9. Office printers emit dust particles which are 'as bad for you as smoking'
    09 Nov, 2016
    Office printers emit dust particles which are 'as bad for you as smoking'
    Office printers can generate such potentially dangerous levels of pollution, they should come with a health warning, scientists have said. A third of computer printers produce high concentrations of ultra-fine dust that can damage the lungs in much the same way as tobacco smoke, a study found. While the researchers are not calling for a workplace printer ban, they say exposure to high levels of ultra-fine dust can be a "significant health threat", and increase the risks of lung disease, heart