Seasonal allergies affect up to 30% of the global population, making allergy symptoms extremely common among adults and children. A seasonal allergy develops when your immune system overreacts to something in your environment, whether it's burning bush in the fall or grass pollen in the
Sleep is essential for mental health, physical health and your overall quality of life. Chronic sleep deficiency can affect brain function and heart health, as well as increase the risk of certain health conditions, such as diabetes, obesity, kidney disease and stroke.
Unfortunately, sleep is often
Whether you want to decrease allergens in your home, get rid of a lingering bad odor, or remove unhealthy airborne chemicals, an air purifier can help improve your indoor air quality. However, not all types of air filtration can handle different types of pollutants found
Living with allergies or asthma can sometimes make your day-to-day life feel a bit like walking through a minefield. When exposure to specific allergens make symptoms flare up and ruin your day (or worse), making your home a safe place free from potential triggers becomes
You may have heard about home remedies for asthma, but do some of these actually work? We’ll take a look at the science (if any) behind them.
If you have allergies and/or asthma, should you be concerned about wildfire smoke?
Molekule’s PECO tech destroys common VOCs that come from wildfire smoke, as shown by R&D testing. Conversely, typical HEPA filters were not designed for VOC air pollutants.
Here at Molekule, we talk about air quality a lot. We research, think about and write about air quality a lot too. Sometimes you have to get back to basics and explore the fundamental problem of poor air quality. In order to understand what good
Air quality is a top concern for those who are affected by wildfires in their region and surrounding areas. Find out how wildfire smoke can impact health and tips to stay safe.
As the air gets colder, it loses some of its ability to retain moisture. This is why so many people associate dry air with winter, and why it makes sense to prepare your home before the upcoming colder months. As the air indoors becomes drier,