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Ionic Air Purifiers

mother reading with kids in a living room with an air purifier

Ionic Air Purifiers Ionization itself is a 100-year old technology. When applied to air purification, ions interact with and deactivate contaminants such as viruses & bacteria, mold, allergens, VOCs, and odors creating a healthier living environment to improve well-being. Ionic Air Purifiers Ionization itself is a 100-year old technology. When applied…

Air Oasis on March 25, 2021

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Doctor Recommended Air Purifiers

Doctor discussing a recommendation with her patient in examination room.

Indoor air quality directly impacts health. Living or working indoors could mean repeated exposure to toxins, chemicals, pollutants and viruses/bacteria. Air purifiers provide an extra layer of protection.Nowhere is it more important to have sanitized air than in a medical facility. Doctor’s offices are home to a whole host of…

Dr. Jeff Bennert, PH.D., BCND on January 7, 2021

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Winter Air Hazards: Cold Air Health & Safety Tips

Winter Air Hazards: Cold Air Health & Safety Tips (featured image)

As temps drop, it’s more important than ever to protect your health. There is plenty of research to back up seasonal patterns of infectious diseases. These have been tracked for centuries and are explained by varying human activity, seasonal shifts in the immune system and even variations in levels of…

Dr. Jeff Bennert, PH.D., BCND on December 15, 2020

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Air Purifier for a Dorm Room

university student in her dorm hallway

Quirky rug: check. Coordinated bedspread: check. Picture frames and lamps: check. There’s one more must-have as your student heads back to school for the fall semester. A portable room air purifier.

Joy Youell on July 3, 2020

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10 Air-Purifying Plants for Your Home

green house plants in pots

Poor indoor air quality can lead to a host of health problems. A variety of chemicals affect the quality of your indoor air, such as carbon monoxide, ozone, radon, and volatile organic compounds.

Dr. Jeff Bennert, PH.D., BCND on September 4, 2019

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The Harmful Effects of Mold & How to Test Your Air Quality

The-Harmful-Effects-of-Mold-&-How-to-Test-Your-Air-Quality

Mold, like other fungi, plays a large ecological role, breaking down organic matter such as fallen leaves and dead trees. This function helps to “clean up” the outside world. These functions are great when outside, but without the unmatched ventilation of open air your home can be a breeding ground…

Dr. Jeff Bennert, PH.D., BCND on March 8, 2018

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Ionic Air Purifiers

mother reading with kids in a living room with an air purifier
Ionic Air Purifiers Ionization itself is a 100-year old technology. When applied to air purification, ions interact with and deactivate contaminants such as viruses & bacteria, mold, allergens, VOCs, and odors creating a healthier living environment to improve well-being. Ionic Air Purifiers Ionization itself is a 100-year old technology. When applied to air purification, ions interact...
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Doctor Recommended Air Purifiers

Doctor discussing a recommendation with her patient in examination room.
Indoor air quality directly impacts health. Living or working indoors could mean repeated exposure to toxins, chemicals, pollutants and viruses/bacteria. Air purifiers provide an extra layer of protection.Nowhere is it more important to have sanitized air than in a medical facility. Doctor’s offices are home to a whole host of germs, which can be easily...
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Winter Air Hazards: Cold Air Health & Safety Tips

Winter Air Hazards: Cold Air Health & Safety Tips (featured image)
As temps drop, it’s more important than ever to protect your health. There is plenty of research to back up seasonal patterns of infectious diseases. These have been tracked for centuries and are explained by varying human activity, seasonal shifts in the immune system and even variations in levels of vitamin D. Whatever the root cause,...
Read

Air Purifier for a Dorm Room

university student in her dorm hallway
Quirky rug: check. Coordinated bedspread: check. Picture frames and lamps: check. There’s one more must-have as your student heads back to school for the fall semester. A portable room air purifier.
Read

10 Air-Purifying Plants for Your Home

green house plants in pots
Poor indoor air quality can lead to a host of health problems. A variety of chemicals affect the quality of your indoor air, such as carbon monoxide, ozone, radon, and volatile organic compounds.
Read

The Harmful Effects of Mold & How to Test Your Air Quality

The-Harmful-Effects-of-Mold-&-How-to-Test-Your-Air-Quality
Mold, like other fungi, plays a large ecological role, breaking down organic matter such as fallen leaves and dead trees. This function helps to “clean up” the outside world. These functions are great when outside, but without the unmatched ventilation of open air your home can be a breeding ground for mold.
Read