Reduce Your Exposure to Pollution.

If you live close to a busy road or factory, pollution from the outside can find its way into your home. This type of air pollution is associated with a long list of health risks, including heart disease, strokes, dementia, and Alzheimer’s. The fumes from vehicles and factory emissions can also exacerbate existing conditions such as asthmaallergiesCOPD, and other respiratory issues.

The Austin Air HealthMate Plus™

The Austin Air Healthmate Plus™ Removes Fumes from Traffic and Industry.

If you live in an urban setting or close to industrial activity, we recommend the Austin Air HealthMate Plus™. Using a combination of Medical Grade HEPA and more than 780 cubic inches of Activated Carbon, Potassium Iodide Impregnated Carbon and Zeolite, the HealthMate Plus™ is the best choice for the removal of the wide range of chemicals, gases, and odors often found in pollution from vehicles and industry which can often lead to a myriad of health issues.

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Breast Cancer and Air Pollution—Is There a Link?

Breast Cancer and Air Pollution—Is There a Link?

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is coming to a close. And while it’s stressful to think about breast cancer, it’s important to be aware that one in eight women will be diagnosed with it in her lifetime. Even men can get it. That means there’s a good chance someone you know and love will be diagnosed. Perhaps you or a loved one have already faced this horrible disease. As we continue looking for a cure, it's vital to understand how to...

The Effects of Nearby Farming on Indoor Air Quality

The Effects of Nearby Farming on Indoor Air Quality

We often think that air quality in rural areas is far better than in cities. With fewer vehicles on the road and all that open space, it makes sense that the air is cleaner, right? Wrong.   Sources Of Pollution in Rural Areas Methane from livestock, pesticides, fertilizers, dust, and emissions from farming machinery can all create airborne pollutants, often many miles from the site of the activity. This can have significant implications for local residents, as these contaminants find...

Pittsburgh Gets an ‘F’ For Air Pollution

Pittsburgh Gets an ‘F’ For Air Pollution

According to the American Lung Association, the Pittsburgh region has some of the worst air pollution levels in the country. Despite some improvements in recent years, cars, local power plants, and heavy industry, such as the US Steel's Clairton Coke Works in the Mon Valley, are still spewing out a wide range of airborne contaminants. In fact, the county's air quality monitor, close to the Clairton Plant, has the highest recorded soot readings east of the Rockies. There is no...

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