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The air is a kind of third skin, the third protection of our body, after the skin and the clothes. As skin care is the best way to ensure the exchange of perspiration from the body and the external environment, so even the technologies used in air sanitation can affect constantly on people's health.

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Pollution puts children’s brain at a clear disadvantage

Air Pollution Induces Subclinical Structural Changes in Children s Brains

High levels of air pollution fatigue the brain structure of the little ones.

The scientists of Centre for Research in Environmental Epidemiology of Barcelona talk about “down effect” referring to the cerebral slowdown that can affect children exposed to high levels of pollution. The study published in the Epidemiology magazine, shows as children, exposed to traffic-related contamination during the way to school, would make more effort to follow their lessons in the classroom, taking longer to answer to questions and accusing, in general, concentration difficulties.

During days characterized by high peaks of air pollution increase the risks of depression, psychosis and early dementias.

Also the University of Turin (Italy) has showed that the pollution would be responsible even of genetic mutations and DNA alterations.

Study analyses

The study has concerned a sample of 2.600 students from 7 to 10 years, with some evaluation tests of the ability to be careful at school and comparing the results with the fluctuations in the quality of the air. The experts explain that chronic exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in preadolescent children is associated with subclinical changes in the caudate nucleus of their brains.

Prevent is better to cure

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Pulire: XXIII edition of the international exhibition for the cleaning industry

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The largest professional cleaning industry trade show in Italy and plays host to a complete range of machinery, chemical products, equipment and components for professional cleaning and hygiene in indoor spaces. Thirty years of history at the service of professionals make Pulire a leading event in Europe, ranked second for importance and size, and one of the most influential globally.

Where and When

Veronafiere Exhibition Centre
Viale del lavoro 8 – 37135 Verona (Italy)

23 – 25 may 2017
from tuesday to thursday

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Time to check air conditioning before warm weather arrives

Check Air Conditioning

It’s important to have a home’s air conditioning checked before it actually gets hot! There’s nothing worse than trying to turn on the AC on the first hot day only to find out it’s not working. Most professional HVAC service providers know to check certain aspects of a home’s air systems to prepare them for warmer weather.

Aria spa recommends the following things homeowners can do during spring to ensure their air conditioning system is ready for the heat of summer:

Clean or replace air conditioning filters. A dirty filter will slow down air flow and make the system work harder to keep you cool. They begin to look clogged with dust, and if you don’t have clean filters, air flow will be restricted. This will reduce efficiency, and you will recirculate dust into your home.

Clean AC condenser coils. An air conditioner’s condenser unit, typically located outdoors, is like a large fan in a metal box. Ideally, it is protected through the winter by a cover or tarp to prevent accumulation of debris inside it. Otherwise, it might contain leaves, yard debris and dirt, and you will need to clean it. Anything that obstructs the flow of air will cut down the condenser’s efficiency.

Test the unit. After a good thorough cleaning, allow the unit to dry completely and then turn the power to the condenser back on.

Cleaning products

We recommend these products to clean your air conditioner:

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How have you been affected by air pollution?

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Outdoor air pollution caused three million premature deaths worldwide in 2012.

Don’t you know?

The European Commission has told the UK to clean up its air. Levels of nitrogen dioxide – which is linked to heart and lung disease and contributes to the early deaths of 40,000 people a year in the UK – are particularly bad.

The five most-developed countries in the EU (Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the UK) are all in breach of the recommended limits and have been given two months to take action.

Does air quality matter?

Yes of course.

The World Health Organisation(WHO) is confident that, if we reduce air pollution, it would cut rates of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, asthma and respiratory disease.

The vast majority of us are breathing sub-standard air. Yet change is possible. According to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), between 1970 and 2015, there was a long-term decrease in UK emissions of all air pollutants (ammonia, nitrogen oxides, non-methane volatile organic compounds, particulate matter and sulphur dioxide).

What about indoor air pollution?

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Sick Building Syndrome (SBS)

Don’t let your workplace make you ill!

Sick Building Syndrome

Sick building syndrome (SBS) is a phenomenon affecting building occupants who claim to experience acute health and comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a building, but where no specific illness or cause can be identified.

Victims of sick building syndrome exhibit various symptoms that include headaches, dry itchy skin and irritation of the mucous membranes in the eyes, nose and throat.

Managing and maintaining healthy building conditions play an integral role in minimising occupational risk, liability, and sustaining a company’s overall performance and reputation. In addition, healthy buildings contribute to employee well-being, health, and productivity in the workplace.

Causes of Sick Building Syndrome

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Many paints, carpet fibers, furniture, and even wallboard off-gas noxious fumes, sometimes for years after installation.

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