New York Times Encourages Home Air Purifiers

Wildfires are commonplace in Colorado. The New York Time recently talked about improving the air quality in your home:

In the article, they state:

If you can, invest in an air purifier, which helps to clear particles of pollution in your home.

Many of the purifiers available in stores only have the power to clean the air in a single room, so it might be best placed in the bedroom of someone who is at greater risk, like a child, an older adult or a person with asthma, said John Capitman, the executive director of the Central Valley Health Policy Institute and a public health professor at California State University, Fresno.

“That isn’t going to reduce the exposure of everybody else in the household,” he said.

The good news is that you CAN reduce the exposure for the entire house.