The IAQ Video Network produces the seventh in a series of public outreach videos to educate families about environmental and indoor air quality (IAQ) issues.
Today the IAQ Video network released the 7th in a series of public outreach videos meant to educate families about important indoor air quality issues. Seven videos have been produced in the last two months covering everything from mold and formaldehyde to radon.
It has been reported that more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies. Some sufferers experience short-term seasonal allergies, while a growing number experience chronic, year-round allergic reactions.
Airborne allergens in the home are one of the most common causes for allergic reactions. Since many Americans spend up to 90% of their day in indoor environments it is essential to examine the air inside your home if someone in your family suffers from allergies. This will identify what maybe causing chronic problems for you or your family. Some of the most prevalent airborne triggers for allergies and IAQ irritants include:
• Dust Mites
• Pet Dander
• Bugs & Rodents
• VOCs and Formaldehyde
• Smoke & Particulates
“One in five Americans has either allergy or asthma symptoms,” reported Paul Cochrane, President of Cochrane and Associates, the company behind the IAQ Video Network. “This latest video on allergens in the home is meant to give the public an idea of common problems in the home that cause allergens and what can be done to help make the air in their homes healthier for the entire family.”
To view any of the seven public outreach videos please visit http://www.iaqtv.com/ or
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