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I am a grandmother of four, including two sets of twins, ages 5 and 9, who attend grammar school. They live very nearby and visit often. As we all know, when school-age children visit, they often bring with them colds, viruses, and bacteria they have picked up at school. This has frequently impacted my health. Over the last several years, I’ve been sick every couple of months with bronchial infections that have knocked me down for at least a month at a time and required one or more courses of antibiotics to recover.read more
This beautifully animated video shows how the smallest airborne particulates, PM 2.5 and below, are inhaled and eventually absorbed into the bloodstream, making their way to every organ in the body, with proven health consequences particularly in developing children.read more
Dr. Mark Ereth, Emeritus Professor at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, discusses the testing of SecureAire’s effectiveness at removing ultrafine particulates, pathogens and airborne chemical compounds (VOSs) in hospital operating rooms and health care facilities.read more
All portable indoor air cleaning devices sold in California must be certified by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). To be certified, air cleaners must be tested for electrical safety and ozone emissions, and meet an ozone emission concentration limit of 0.050 parts per million.read more
What we breathe, for the most part, is invisible and odorless. However, common household airborne pollutants are a constant threat to everyone’s health and well-being. This overview will summarize what those pollutants are and why they are a health concern.read more