- Allergies and Air Pollution's Effect on Health
- Asthma & How it is affected by Air Pollution
- Air Pollution & Cancer
- Air Pollution's Harmful Effects on the Elderly
- More about HEPA and Carbon activated Filters
- Different types of air filters
- Mold Spores and Indoor Air Quality
- UV Air Purifier Guide
- What causes bad indoor air quality?
- How do Air Purifiers Work?
- Air Pollution May Cause Respiratory Infections
- Air Pollution in the workplace
- Pet Dander's Effect on Air Quality and Asthma
- Air Pollution & Sleep Apnea
- Top 5 Reasons Why you should purify Air
- What you need to know about indoor air
- How Pets cause allergies
- Tips on Choosing the Right Air Purifier
- Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
- What are Dust Mites?
- The History of Air Purifiers
- Air Pollution Problems of the new home
- 5 Ways to Reduce Your Pollen Allergies
- Sinusitis Causes and treatments
- What is HEPA filtration?
- Air purifiers and Wood Smoke
- Home Air purifiers and Cigarette Smoke
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
- Formaldehyde Air Pollution
- Is your air purifier ozone free?
Water covers over two thirds of the earth’s surface, and our bodies are comprised of over 60% water. It is our most important natural resource as it is essential to our biosphere, and all life forms depend on it to function properly and for their survival. Unfortunately, only 2.7% of the planet's water supply is fresh water and less than 1% of that is accessible for human use. The scarcity of this precious resource makes water education and conservation an important subject for current and future generations.
The study of water helps us to better understand its vast role and importance, and it empowers us to support conservation and ecological preservation of our natural water sources. To foster greater interest in the study of water, we have created this educational resource center to help everyone better understand and appreciate this invaluable element.