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Blueair-TMALL Research on Indoor Air Pollution

A survey of Chinese families’ awareness of indoor air pollution carried out by Blueair in cooperation with Alibaba’s TMALL reveals that two-thirds of Chinese parents worry about the air quality in their homes.

White paper: Microplastics and how they pollute the air

Due to their small size, airborne microplastics can be inhaled and may induce a wide range of diseases including respiratory and cardiovascular diseases as well as cancer. Action is needed as research proves that our indoor air is particularly affected.

Pollen-allergy relief: Monitor and control air quality at workplace and school

Climate change and air pollution makes the pollen season longer and more intense resulting in rising health care costs, reduced working capacity and absence from work due to illness and/or care of children affected by pollen allergies. To reduce the global burden of pollen allergies, monitoring and control of air quality standards at schools and workplaces are needed.

Blueair calls on the UN to add a Sustainable Development Goal on “Clean Air”

To encourage government and business to tackle air pollution, the world's biggest threat to human health, the UN must add a Sustainable Development Goal on “Clean Air”.

Living closer to major road brings high risk of suffering dementia, new  study suggests

Research published in the medical journal Lancet indicates that as many as 11% of dementia cases among people living up to 100 meters from a highway with significant traffic could be due to vehicle emissions as well as other pollutants

How to stay healthy when climate change makes your indoor air worse

Climate change isn’t just bad for the planet, it’s bad for our health too. Extreme weather events sparked by climate change – from heat waves to wildfires – are rising. This Blueair White Paper examines what people need to do to stay healthy indoors as scientific evidence shows increasing levels of infectious, respiratory, and cardiovascular diseases resulting from climate change.

COPD world's 4th largest killer of people

COPD world's 4th largest killer of people

Documents   •   Nov 18, 2015 10:25 GMT

COPD kills three million people a year globally and is set to become the third biggest killer of humans within 15 years, according to WHO. COPD is caused by smoking and airborne pollutants such as dust and chemicals, which can be removed indoors at home and work by Blueair's award winning mobile air purifiers.

Blueair Globe Magazine, Q2, 2015

Blueair Globe Magazine, Q2, 2015

Documents   •   Sep 01, 2015 15:30 GMT

Blueair Globe examines key issues relating to indoor air and human health and wellbeing, explores new trends and takes a look at the air cleaning products that removes 99.97% of airborne contaminants.

Blueair Globe Magazine, Q1 2015

Blueair Globe Magazine, Q1 2015

Documents   •   Sep 01, 2015 15:28 GMT

Blueair's quarterly magazine explores what's new in the arena of indoor and outdoor air purication.

Blueair Globe Magazine Q4, 2014

Blueair Globe Magazine Q4, 2014

Documents   •   Sep 01, 2015 15:26 GMT