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Taking on common triggers.

When you suffer from asthma, even the slightest triggers brought on by pollen, animal dander, dust, or fumes can make breathing difficult. Asthma is the leading chronic illness in children and the sixth ranking chronic condition for adults in the U.S.  Learn more ›


Loving your pet, dander and all.

It is not pet hair but rather the dander your cats, dogs, and other mammals produce that becomes airborne and causes allergic symptoms. While there is no such thing as a non-allergenic breed of cat or dog, selecting one that produces less dander may help. Learn more ›
Dust mites

Dust mites

Ridding your home so we can all rest easy.

Dust mites are microscopic creatures that live in pillows, mattresses, blankets, carpets, and other soft materials. To limit exposure, start with your bedroom where mite numbers are highest and where we all spend a third of our life. Learn more ›


Have spores. Will travel.

Molds reproduce by forming spores, which travel through the air, settle on other plant or animal organic material and grow into new clusters. Covering large distances, and often outnumbering pollen, mold makes life difficult for those sensitive to spores and their roaming ways. Learn more ›
Tobacco Smoke

Tobacco smoke

Where there's smoke, there's Blueair.

Secondhand smoke contains over 200 known poisons and at least 60 chemicals known to cause cancer. Breathing in smoke puts children, and infants at greater risk of pneumonia, lower respiratory tract infections and ear infections. Learn more ›
Gas & Odor

Gas, odor, & VOCs

What you don't see can hurt you.

Combustion pollutants come from sources such as fuel-burning stoves, furnaces, fireplaces, heaters, and water heaters, using gas, oil, coal, wood, or other fuel. The most dangerous are both colorless and odorless. Learn more ›
Colds & Viruses

Colds & viruses

How to beat the odds of getting sick.

The common cold. There’s no cure for it but there are things you can do to help prevent and reduce the risk of spreading it. Breathing cleaner, healthier air can help you stay a step ahead so you can stay healthy all season long. Learn more ›
Air pollution

Indoor air pollution

Air aware inside and out.

According to the EPA, the air in our homes and offices is about five times dirtier than the air outside, and can be up to a hundred times dirtier. The most common pollutants found in indoor are radon; combustion products; biological particles from mold, pet dander, and pollen; VOCs; lead dust; and asbestos. Learn more ›

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