Cold and Flu Season
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Respiratory Syncytial Virus

Navigating Cold and Flu Season: Stay Informed and Protected Against Airborne Illnesses

As the seasons change and a brisk chill fills the air, the annual dance with cold and flu viruses begins anew. By understanding the characteristics of these highly contagious airborne viruses, we can better comprehend the importance of adopting best practices to safeguard ourselves and our loved ones. Don’t let airborne viruses compromise your well-being. Visit the AirTamer online shop and explore our selection of personal air purifiers.

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The Importance of Indoor Air Quality in Preventing Viral Illnesses

In this blog post, we will explore the crucial role that clean air and air purification, especially with devices like AirTamer, can play in reducing the risk of viral illnesses such as RSV and COVID-19. When it comes to protecting yourself and others from viral illnesses like COVID-19AirTamer is a powerful and portable air purification device that can help protect your family from the dangers of contaminated indoor air during cold and flu season.

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Turmeric and Honey Super Booster for Seasonal Allergies

The only thing worse than seasonal allergies themselves is taking toxic medications to help cope with them. This turmeric and honey super booster is a total game changer, here’s how You can support seasonal allergy relief with a variety of items that you can find right in your very own kitchen. Starting with our first ingredient; Turmeric is a powerhouse in fighting inflammation and bacteria.

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Just What Happens When Sneezing on a Plane

ANSYS is a global company that uses math and science to produce visual simulations of events to give the health and aerospace world a better. understand on how diseases are spread on airplanes. These health and aerospace organizations can then use this data to implement new systems and precautions to keep passengers safe and healthy while traveling.

How to Prevent the Flu from Spreading at Home

The flu season may be winding down but it is not over yet. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Here are some tips and preventive measures which will help you to keep your home environment safe from the flu virus: 1. Sanitize the surroundings 2. Sanitize the bathroom 3. Wash the linens thoroughly 4. Use an air purifier.

Should You Shake a Hand? Tips For Social Etiquette During Flu Season

What you do when a person infected with flu extends his hand for a shake? Flu season and social etiquette don’t go together. It’s a catch-22 situation. You can’t afford to be rude and refuse a hand shake. On the other hand, shaking hand with an infected person can put you at risk.

5 Precautionary Tips to Prevent the Deadly Flu

The flu this season has been severe for people age 65 years and older, with very high hospitalization rates being recorded. Here are some useful tips and preventive measures which will help you to safeguard yourself and your family: 1. Wash your hands 2. Keep hands away from face 3. Maintain a distance from flu-infected people 4. Get the flu shot 5. Use air purifier.

Senior Citizens Worst Affected by the Flu

A report in USA Today, quoting federal health officials said, “Senior citizens in nursing homes, assisted-living facilities and hospitals across the country are being slammed with the flu this year thanks in part to a vaccine that failed to offer strong protection from the virus and a strain that’s particularly bad for the young and the old.”

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This Year’s Flu Season can be Worse, warns CDC Director

Flu viruses are constantly changing so it’s not unusual for new flu viruses to appear each year, says the CDC. “One thing to understand about flu, always, is that it is unpredictable. Every season is different, with different flu viruses spreading and causing illness,” CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden said.

Sneezing On An Airplane: Video Shows Airborne Particles Can Travel Up To 50 Feet

A new animated video created by the Pennsylvania-based engineering firm ANSYS, simulates just what happens when someone seated in the middle of an airplane sneezes. It is actually alarming to see how swiftly germs spread on an airplane. The video shows that even if you are sitting a few rows away from the person who sneezed you run the risk of catching the infection.