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Utah lawmakers seek to contain air pollution

     After a series of inversions clogged the sky and kept Salt Lake City residents in their homes throughout the month of January, Utah lawmakers are looking at ways to curb air pollution in the state. The legislative session, which began on Monday, Jan. 26, will include debate on several proposals that would allow state agencies to take a more authoritative approach to dealing with the poor air quality that Utah has been suffering from lately.

     One such proposal is being sponsored by State Rep. Patrice Arent, who founded and serves as co-chair of the state government's bipartisan Clean Air Caucus. The proposal would allow the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to suspend vehicles' registration if they cannot pass an emissions test, even if the vehicle passed the test the last time it was inspected. Opponents of the measure, however, claim that it would unfairly target low-income people who can't afford regular maintenance on their cars.

     Another potential measure, championed by Rep. Stephen Handy, R-Layton, would set aside $20 million drawn from Utah's Education Fund to pay for schools to upgrade their buses to natural gas models. The schools would be able to submit applications for grants to replace any buses produced before 2002, and the earmarked money would also go towards setting up compressed natural gas fueling stations for the buses to use. 

     If you live in Utah, you may be looking for ways to escape the air pollution without having to wait for the state government to sign a new law. Investing in a home air purifier can help you to turn your home into a sanctuary from poor air quality outdoors. Contact US Air Purifiers for help finding the perfect air purifier for your situation.

4 ways to deal with allergies while traveling

     It can be difficult to keep your allergies in check when you're away from home, but don't let that keep you from traveling. There are a few simple steps you can take to make sure you will be comfortable and able to manage your symptoms while on the road or in the air. Here are a few of them:

  • Pack your medication in your carry-on. One of the worst feelings in the world is losing your luggage with your medications inside. Make sure to pack the entire trip's worth of medications in something you'll have easily at hand, like a purse or a backpack, and bring extra doses in case anything happens in transit.
  • Use pillow covers. If you're allergic to dust mites or pet dander and are staying at a friend's or family member's home, bringing along a few zippered pillow covers can help protect you from allergens while you sleep.
  • Avoid traffic. On a road trip, plan your traveling time so that you end up on the road when as few cars as possible will be traveling along with you. This will allow you to breathe easier, especially if you have asthma. However, if you're traveling through an area with a lot of pollinating plants, it's best to keep the windows rolled up anyway.
  • Stay in allergy-friendly hotels. An increasing number of hotels are targeting their accommodations toward people with allergies, using hypoallergenic sheets and pillows and prohibiting smoking from their premises entirely. Ask if the hotel you're planning to stay in is allergy-friendly before making your reservation.

     For help finding the best air purifier for allergies within your budget and for your particular needs, contact US Air Purifiers today. 

5 ways to protect yourself against polluted air

Air quality is no laughing matter. According to the World Health Organization, air pollution was responsible for about seven million deaths around the globe in 2012, leading to heart attacks, strokes and other serious health issues. The Director of the WHO's Department for Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health, Dr. Maria Neira, has been quoted as saying that, "The risks from air pollution are now far greater than previously thought or understood, particularly for heart disease and strokes. Few risks have a greater impact on global health today than air pollution; the evidence signals the need for concerted action to clean up the air we all breathe."

Here are a few ways to protect yourself and your family from air pollution:

  • Check the air pollution forecasts in your area. You can access forecast data through local radio and news stations, online at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s website, or through the American Lung Association's "State of the Air" app.
  • When air pollution levels are high, stay indoors if at all possible, and if you must go outside, don't walk or run along busy streets, as the concentration of pollutants will be higher there.
  • Stop burning wood. Many state agencies issue burn bans when air quality is particularly bad, but starting your own personal burn ban can be useful for reducing the concentration of particulate matter in your air at home.
  • Carpool or take public transportation. Every trip made by each individual car only adds more pollution to the atmosphere. For the sake of your area's air quality and the Earth's overall health, carpooling or taking the bus or the train during periods of high air pollution is wise.
  • Purchase a home air purifier from US Air Purifiers. Having clean air to come home to each day is a great help in overcoming the effects of air pollution. 

3 tips for teaching your child about asthma

     If your child has recently been diagnosed with asthma, you are probably wondering how to talk to them about the disease in a way that will help them to understand it and be able to explain it to others. Children who feel informed about their condition will feel empowered to fight it effectively and make arrangements with teachers and peers to make the asthma management process easier for them. Here are a few tips for talking to kids about asthma:

  • Explain how lungs work. If your child is old enough to understand these concepts, talk to them about how lungs work in a simplified manner ("When you breathe in air, it goes into your lungs through a bunch of tubes"). That way, they will be better able to understand what it means when their lungs aren't working properly.
  • Talk to them about what happens during an asthma attack. Again, you don't have to go into great scientific detail, but make sure they understand that when they breathe in their specific trigger, the tubes in their lungs get tight and block off air. 
  • Make sure they understand their medicine. It's very important to explain clearly to your child how often and in what circumstances they need to take each of their asthma medications. That way, they will feel more independent and able to deal with potential asthma issues while at school or at a friend's house. It's especially crucial for them to understand that they need to keep taking long-term medications even when they feel good, because not taking them could cause problems later.

     If you have a child with asthma, a home air purifier is one way of controlling the potential triggers in your child's environment. Contact US Air Purifiers for help finding the best air purifier for your situation. 

Southern California fails to meet air pollution guidelines by original deadline

     In 2006, in the middle of the second Bush administration, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) gave states until 2015 to meet the federal government's standards for acceptable levels of particulate pollution. Now that 2015 is here, it's clear that Southern California is still failing to meet those standards.

     The EPA gave Southern California an extension on the deadline in 2013, acknowledging that the region's uniquely high level of smog and pollution would make it more difficult to achieve acceptable particulate levels. Officially, the area has until 2016 to reduce its air pollution levels to below 35 micrograms per cubic meter of particulate matter on all but seven days of the year. However, for a while, it was looking like the area might be able to meet the original 2015 deadline, until the beginning of the long-standing drought in the area.

     South Coast Air Quality Management District officer Philip Fine summed up the situation in an interview with the Press Enterprise: "The trend had been really positive, but the weather didn't cooperate."

     The region has seen pollution levels exceeding national standards on 11 out of 21 days so far this month, and the 21st saw the highest levels yet this year, at 65 micrograms per cubic meter, almost twice the acceptable level according to the EPA. Wood burning bans have been in effect this week in Los Angeles, Orange County and the Inland Empire. Residents of the region are being encouraged to check the air quality at airalerts.org, the South Coast Air Quality Management District's website.

     If you live in Southern California, now is the time to look into purchasing a home air purifier for the sake of your health. Contact US Air Purifiers for help finding the right air purifier for you. 

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