The following articles share tips for protecting your child from airborne contaminants and the possible health risks associated with them.
Increasingly in recent years, people purchase air purifiers for their baby’s or children’s rooms, particularly when their children suffer from allergies or asthma. It has become customary to place silent air purifiers in a baby’s nursery, whether or not the baby has respiratory problems.
Parents who keep the air clean at home often experience great frustration in resolving air quality issues in schools, especially schools in older buildings, in manufacturing towns, and in inner cities. Asthma, which has doubled since the 1990s, is the leading cause of school absenteeism and hospital admittance for kids.