August 2015 Newsletter

Are Your Allergies Ready for the New School Year?

College freshmen setting their sites for school have many new adventures to look forward to, but wasting precious time due to allergy and asthma symptoms can ruin any experience. Before bidding adieu for college, here are a few tips to help manage your first year and make it a memorable one.

Keeping You and Your Furry Friends Happy

It happens. You bring home your new pet and within hours, you're sneezing and experiencing some unpleasant symptoms. Or maybe you've had your beloved pet for years, when suddenly you start to notice more tissues in the bin. This is heartbreaking for many owners, but the silver lining is that with some  changes to your home and some maintenance to your pet, your bond can remain as strong as ever.

The Health Dangers of Forest Fires

With the recent onslaught of fires in California, their impact to our health is a cause of worry for many. Although the immediate repercussions of a fire are very much visible in the charred remains of homes, trees and forest, the invisible particles, such as carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds that become airborne should also be viewed as a danger.

To combat airborne particles and to learn more about cleaner air, our Rabbit Air blog post is a must read. 

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June 2015 Newsletter

Embrace the New MinusA2 Peanuts Artist Series

Fans of the beloved beagle are sure to love the newest MinusA2 special edition Peanuts-Hug! Featuring Snoopy and his pal, Woodstock, this simple, yet heart-warming picture is a reminder that friendship never gets old and only grows with time. Complete with Rabbit Air’s whisper quiet operation and customizable filtration, bring the gift of good relief into your home.

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How Summer Affects the Zzz’s

Summer means longer days, more outdoor activities and later nights; three things that most people welcome. But can too much fun be disrupting your sleep?

  • Light and Noise: For many of us who need some early shut-eye, you may find it difficult to drift to sleep due to the extra sunlight. If you’re in need of some assistance, blackout shades are recommended to make your room as dark as possible, which also double as a sound barrier between you and your joyful neighbors. Not enough? A sound machine or ear plugs may also help.
  • Vacation: Need to get away? While a much-needed break can rejuvenate your soul, experts suggest sleeping at least one hour from your normal sleeping time so that your body can adjust once you come back to reality.
  • Allergies: While spring and fall get their fair share of publicity, allergy sufferers should also be aware of pollen and ragweed during the summer. Lack of sleep can make your allergy symptoms much worse, so take the same precautions during the summer as you would the other seasons.

    How Air Pollution Affects Children

    With summer vacation around the corner, children everywhere are eager to ditch their school books and homework for some outdoor fun. While many parents are well aware that children should be active to promotehealthy bone mass, most are not as informed about the effect of air pollution to children’s still developing lungs.

    According to a Southern California Children's Health study, children who were exposed to a higher level of pollutants had a “significantly lower lung function at age 18.” Further studies showed that children who participated in sports while living in a high ozone community, were more likely to develop asthma.

    Checking the air quality before allowing children to play outside can help parents stay informed regarding the air that their family is breathing.

    Indoor Air Quality and Your Health

    What is the importance of indoor air quality? Indoor air quality is the quality of the air in and around your environment as it affects your health and comfort. While some particles can be seen, such as dust, hair and smoke, most indoor pollutants are invisible to the naked eye, such as mold spores, gases, bacteria and chemicals. All of these particles contribute to your indoor air quality, and research has found that there can be immediate, as well as long-term effects of poor air quality.

    Indoor Air Quality

    The effects of indoor air quality is becoming more significant as studies show that the average person spends around 90% of their time indoors. But fear not, for certain methods can be used to improve indoor air quality, such as identifying the main source of the indoor pollutant and removing it from your environment and cleaning with a vacuum that utilizes a HEPA filter. To trap airborne particles, an air purifier with a HEPA filter can not only stop the spread of microscopic particles, but a Charcoal-Based Activated Carbon filter can trap toxins and deodorize your air as well.

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April 2015 Newsletter

Allergies or the Cold?

You might be surprised to learn that your lingering cold symptoms are actually caused by allergies. Allergies are especially troublesome during the spring time, when trees and flowers are releasing their pollen, so if the real culprit is unknown, you can be potentially re-introducing yourself to these particles every day.

While a lay person might not be able to conclusively determine whether they have a cold or allergies, to help differentiate between the two, there are usually certain symptoms associated with each to consider. Since allergy symptoms usually occur right after you’ve been exposed to a certain particulate, such as dust, pollen, or pet dander, symptoms will usually be sneezing, itchiness of the eyes, ears, nose, or mouth, or a runny or stuffy nose.


Although a few cold symptoms coincide with those of allergies, it’s important to note that most colds do not last longer than 2 weeks. If you’re experiencing symptoms longer than that, see your doctor as it might be allergies, or symptoms of another issue.

Spring into Action!

Do you have what it takes to successfully de-winter your home? While it may seem tedious and a bit alarming, with some helpful tips and the proper know-how, you can turn spring cleaning from a chore to an adventure (or at least you can try!).

  • The first step is to de-clutter your rooms. It’s hard to determine what needs to be cleaned if all you see are piles gathered around like little mountains. Place piles in appropriate bins so that you can organize them later.
  • If you’re an allergy sufferer, the right tools can be a life-saver, literally. Use a mask while cleaning and wipe using a damp cloth so that dust doesn’t become airborne. Also, a HEPA vacuum cleaner is recommended so that particles don’t travel back into your environment.
  • Can’t stand chemicals? There are plenty of organic, home-made cleaning products that you can use to give your home a natural and healthy glow. Vinegar anyone?
  • Lastly, it’s not a sprint, so have a plan and be prepared to spend some time in each room to give it that good, deep- cleaning love that each space deserves.

    May is Asthma Awareness Month

    With spring as the peak season for asthma sufferers, the Asthma and Allergy Friendly Association has declared May as National Asthma Awareness Month. Asthma is a chronic lung condition that causes airways to become inflamed and narrowed, making it difficult to breathe. Although there is no cure for asthma, with your support and advocacy, you can help to raise awareness for this disease that affects over 25 million Americans.

    To learn more about asthma, ask your doctor, or go to an asthma informative website, such asGetSmartAboutAsthma.com.

    The Case of the Peanuts

    In a recent study published in The New England Journal of Medicine, scientists found that introducing peanuts at an early age decreased the risk of children developing peanut allergies at a later age.

    In regards to the study, infants between the ages of 4-11 months, who had severe eczema, egg allergy, or both, were initially given a tiny 2-milligram dose of a special peanut flour with their food, which was eventually increased to 800 milligrams. By retraining the immune system to build up a tolerance, after six months of treatment, more than 80 percent of the children could safely eat small amounts of peanuts at a time.


    While it’s easy to feel excitement at the idea of giving your baby peanuts early on, it’s important to note that these tests were administered under strict doctor supervision and while the findings are ground-breaking, there is still further research needed to see if children who participated, would continue to show no effects of a peanut allergy.

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December 2014 Newsletter

Star Light, Star Bright...Star Julius!

MinusA2 Paul Frank Edition Air Purifier (Star Julius) Just in time for the holidays, we are happy to debut the newest addition to our Paul Frank collection. This bright and colorful MinusA2 is a perfect gift for anyone who wants to breathe better while making a fun, bold style statement.

Improve Your Sleep Health

Did you know that many Americans don’t get enough sleep? If you are like 48% of us, you know that fact all too well. Lack of sleep can contribute to more than just drowsiness during the day; it affects many parts of our overall health, from stress to heart disease. Make the most of these long winter nights by creating a new sleep hygiene routine to improve your sleep health.

Doctors recommend getting between 7-9 hours of sleep, but there is more that you can do than just getting a couple extra hours of shut eye. Good sleep hygiene can include steps, like turning off electronics an hour before you get into bed, steering clear of the bedroom during the day, and more. Want to know more? Read up on sleep health and hygiene on theRabbit Air blog!

Happy and Healthy Holidays

The holidays are a time when we can show our appreciation and love to our friends, family, and even our animal companions - furred, feathered, or finned. Unfortunately, winter is also a prime time for colds, the flu, and allergic reactions to the mold that thrives during these damp months. Protect your loved ones this holiday season by taking precautions to limit these issues. Help to stem the spread of germs and bacteria by washing your hands frequently, disinfecting surfaces, and covering your mouth if you need to cough or sneeze. You can keep allergies under control by vacuuming carpets and upholstery frequently, and if your home has a Christmas tree, you can help keep mold spores at bay by spraying it with a bleach solutionbefore bringing it inside to decorate. No matter what you celebrate this year, keep it happy and keep it healthy!

Our New Year’s Resolution

As we look forward into the New Year, Rabbit Air invites you make a New Year’s Resolution that will benefit not only your community, but the whole world – lowering your carbon footprint to reduce air pollution. Cleaning up the air is important, and it will only happen if we all work together. Helping to reduce air pollution can be as simple as switching to reusable shopping bags at the market, to bigger pledges, such as taking public transportation instead of using your car one day a week. If we all make little changes in our lives to promote cleaner air, together we can make a big impact. Visit CarbonFund.org for more ideas on how you can help.

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October 2014 Newsletter

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Every October is breast cancer awareness month, when people all over the world come together to raise awareness and fund new research for the detection and treatment of this disease. There are many ways to participate if you want to help spread awareness, from participating in one of many charity walks to simply wearing the pink ribbon to show your support.We at Rabbit Air are participating once again by offering our BCRF Special Edition air purifiers, in partnership with the Breast Cancer Research Fund. We will be donating 5% of the sales from every BCRF Special Edition purifier sold to fund cancer research. For more ways to get involved, check out the Breast Cancer Research Fund’s website for information about events and other ways that you can help.

Research Roundup

Allergies and asthma affect millions of Americans every year, and that number is only growing. Luckily, new advances are made every day by researchers looking to reduce symptoms or even to prevent these illnesses from developing. Here are some of the latest studies that we are most excited about:

  • Sleeping on animal fur in the first three months of life might reduce the risk of asthma in later childhood a new study has found.
  • An association between childhood asthma and prenatal exposure to two phthalates used in a diverse array of household products has beendiscovered by researchers.
  • A vaccine for dust-mite allergies has beencreated! Though it is not yet ready for use in humans, researchers are optimistic that it will eventually be an effective treatment.
  • Whether or not an individual will have food allergies has a genetic component, but scientists have found that environmental factors also play a much larger role than previous imagined.

    Autumn Leaves Hide Secret Mold

    Watching the leaves change color is one of autumn’s greatest pleasures. As the world gets colder, lush greens give way to earthy reds, bright oranges, and delicate yellows that cover trees and blanket the ground as the leaves fall. While this makes for a very pretty picture, these fallen leaves are a favorite hiding place for mold. Mold thrives in damp environments, and leaf piles have the perfect amount of moisture while the leaves themselves serve as a scrumptious food source for the mold spores to grow.

    To keep spores from overwhelming you, make sure to be proactive about keeping your lawn clear and make sure you wear protective clothing when you are working in your yard. Keep mold spores from following you inside after an outside stroll by showering after yard-work or outdoor activity, and making sure the filters in your air purifier are clean and well maintained.

    Healthy Halloween!

    Ghouls, ghosts, and gremlins – oh my! Halloween is one of our favorite times of year, full of spooky stories and creative costumes, not to mention all of the delicious treats. For kids with allergies and asthma, however, Halloween can be a source of unpleasant food and environmental triggers.

    Luckily, there are many resources out there for parents who want to keep the Halloween sprit while keeping their kids healthy. Many blogs now offer low-allergen treats you can make at home, that are just as tasty asstore-bought goodies, if not more so! If you plan on going door-to-door, make sure to check your local pollen forecast so that you can find out the best time of night to be outdoors. We hope you all have a happy and healthy Halloween!


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August 2014 Newsletter

Goodbye Summer, Hello Hay Fever!

Summer is drawing to an end and many of us are trying to soak up every bit of sun that we can before the cold autumn winds begin to blow. Unfortunately, mid-August marks the beginning of one of the most miserable allergy seasons of the year, making outdoor activities fraught with sniffles and sneezes.

Ragweed pollen is one of the most notorious allergens and a common cause of hay fever. Some 10-20% of Americans are allergic to this pollen, and with climate change affecting weather nationwide,studies have shown that ragweed season is lasting longer than ever. Though ragweed tends to grow most densely in rural areas, even those in the city can be affected, as this potent pollen can travel hundreds of miles in the wind. Keep yourself breathing well through hay fever season by cranking up your air purifier, closing your windows, and keeping an eye on your local pollen forecast when you want to plan a trip outdoors.

Back to School Blues

Mothers and fathers, rejoice! Summer is winding to a close, and soon, it will be time for students all over the country to head back into the classroom for another year of reading, writing, and arithmetic. For kids with allergies and asthma, going back to school also means being exposed to a different set of allergens than they might find at home. While many classrooms have switched to whiteboards, chalk dust is still a common allergen that affects many children during lessons. Younger students will also be exposed to art supplies that may create powder residue or chemical fumes.

Even recess, the most beloved part of the school day, can be an allergen free-for-all with students coming into contact with pollen and grasses during playtime. Help your child take control of their symptoms bycreating a classroom management plan, so that they, and their teachers, know how to identify environmental triggers and the best way to respond to them.

Out with the Old, In with the New!

Announcing our new Rabbit Air website that makes searching for an air purifier, fun. Loaded with new information and now easier to navigate, take it out for a test spin!

National Water Quality Month

August is National Water Quality Month, and a perfect opportunity to think about a resource that is often taken for granted. According to the EPA, Americans drink over a billion glasses of water every single day – not to mention the water used for cooking, cleaning, and to water our lawns. If we want to ensure that we have clean drinking water for years to come, we must all work together to reduce pollution and to keep our watersheds clean. You can help in a number of ways, from recycling motor oil, to switching out harsh chemical pesticides on your lawn for more eco-friendly options. Learn more about what you can do to preserve our nation’s water supply by visiting the EPA online.

Fall Allergy Guide

For those of you who are more visually inclined, Rabbit Air presents our newest seasonal info-graphic all about the upcoming fall allergy season: click here! Here we show some of the most common allergens found at this time of year, as well as tips on how to keep your symptoms down and your spirits up during the windy, rainy autumn months. If more in-depth info is what you require, check out our learning center for articles not only about allergy season, but for many of the most common air quality issues at home. You can also follow us on our social media channels or swing by our blog for news, updates, and information.


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June 2014 Newsletter

Stay Allergy Free on Vacation

Summer is a time for exploration, from adventures in far off cities, to discovering new places to love in your hometown. Traveling, however, can expose us to unexpected allergens, making us risk spending time sneezing, when we should be having fun. Luckily, with a bit of planning, you can keep your vacation sniffle free.

Before your trip, check local pollen forecasts and air quality indexes in case you need to change your outdoor activities for fun diversions indoors. If you are staying in a hotel, see if your hotel can provide you with dust mite proof bedding and an air purifier to help you have a more comfortable stay. If you plan on traveling outside of the country, it may help to learn the names of your medicines, or particularly potent allergens in the local language, especially if you have food allergies. Travel smart this summer and have a fun, relaxing, and allergy free vacation.

High Temperatures Hurt Air Quality

Sunshine is always welcome in the summer, but when warm days give over to heat waves and hot temperatures, we risk more than sunburns when we venture outdoors. When outdoor air is heated, nitrogen oxides react with chemical compounds, such as the fumes from cars and burning fuel, to create thick layers of smog. This effect is more pronounced in densely populated or industrial areas. Increases in smog can cause respiratory irritation and other unpleasant health consequences, so when you see the forecast point toward a heat wave in your area, make sure to limit your outdoor excursions. When at home, keep windows closed and your air purifier turned on to keep indoor pollutant levels low.


Meet Rabbit Air at Dwell on Design!

It is one of our favorite times of the year – the annual Dwell on Design show in Los Angeles! Taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center from June 20-22, the show boasts thousands of products on display showcasing the latest in cutting-edge design, along with speakers, presentations, and home tours. Rabbit Air will be in attendance with our stylish MinusA2 air purifiers, and our Red Dot and Good Design Award winning new BioGS 2.0 air purifier. If you are in the Los Angeles area, swing by and say hello! We’d love to meet you there!

Keep Your Garden Pesticide Free

Rabbit Air bunnies know all about keeping their indoor air clean and chemical free, and this summer we challenge you to keep your outdoor areas chemical free as well. Pesticides may keep your garden looking lovely, but they can be harmful to pets and children, and can damage local wildlife as well.

Getting rid of harsh chemicals from your garden is easier than it sounds; you may already have pesticide substitutes at home right now! Coffee grounds can ward off pests, like slugs, while enriching soil, and strong smelling bar soap can be strategically placed around flower beds to keep nibbling deer at bay. There are lots of resources online with great tips and guides, so get out and start your chemical free garden today!


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March 2014 Newsletter

Spring Clean Your Way to Fewer Sniffles

For many people spring is the worst season of the year for allergies. The abundance of pollens in the air can cause sneezing, wheezing, and other unpleasant allergic reactions. While we can’t stop the plants from blooming, by stepping up cleaning routines at home we can cut down on symptoms and breathe a little easier. Start by going room to room and cleaning as thoroughly as possible, even in hard to reach places that might normally not get a full deep clean.

Once your home is sparkling, you can help to keep it that way by limiting the pollen that makes it inside; changing clothing when you get home, and showering before bed to keep pollens from spreading to linens or upholstery. This is also a perfect time of year to brush up on the maintenance routines on the devices that help keep your home clean. Keeping filters on vacuums, air conditioners, and air purifiers in good working order will help to ensure they are working their best. You can read up on the maintenance of your air purifier at the following links: MinusA2 MaintenanceBioGS MaintenanceBioGS 2.0 Maintenance.

May is Asthma Awareness Month

Over 25 million people in the United States alone suffer from asthma, a lung disorder which causes airways to become inflamed, inducing symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath. Although there is no cure for asthma, it can be controlled, and during the month of May organizations like the EPA and the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America focus on spreading awareness about asthma, and promoting efforts to increase education and research in this area. If you or someone you love has asthma, this is a great time to learn more about the illness, how to control symptoms, and ways that you can get involved in awareness efforts in your community.


To Our Friends in Canada

For our Canadian Customers!We have some exciting news for our friends in the Great White North! Rabbit Air is expanding our shipping services into Canada. This means shorter shipping times on air purifiers, and the end of the dreaded brokerage fee. Filters, Accessories, and Special Edition air purifiers will still be shipping from the USA for now, but we’ve eliminated their brokerage fees too, in our continuing efforts to improve your Rabbit Air shopping experience.

How Pollen Allergies May Predict Food Allergies

The bright, blooming flowers and warming weather of spring is a welcome change from the snowy months of winter but with the changing of the seasons so too begins a new wave of allergens in the air. Ragweed, grass, and tree pollens – some of the most common spring allergens – begin to spread in full force during this time of year and they can cause many to sniffle and sneeze.

Now scientists studying these allergens have found that they are linked to specific food allergies. Ragweed, the most common spring allergen, is linked with allergies to foods such as bananas, cucumber, and zucchini. Those allergic to grass pollens may want to avoid melons, tomatoes, and oranges while tree pollen allergies are linked to carrots, celery, and almonds as well as some fruits like apples and pears. Read more about this new study and how food allergies may be linked with spring allergies.


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January 2014 Newsletter

Love Your Heart

February is American Heart Health Month and whether that means mending a broken one, celebrating a full one, or watching your cholesterol, it’s always good to take a step back and think about that hollow muscular organ that keeps life running through us.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has a number of tips for taking care of your cardiovascular system and preventing what is now the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States. The suggestions—eating foods low in saturated fat, maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, avoiding cigarettes—might seem like old news; we all know that heart attack prevention is not a new topic, but take the time this month to really stop and think about whether or not your heart is at its optimum health.

Beat the Weather

For those caught in the worst of winter at the moment, you’re on our minds! The EPA has a number of helpful suggestions of ways to weather the weather, such as winterizing your vehicle, installing a programmable thermostat, and keeping a stash of rechargeable batteries in case of a power outage.

BioGS 2.0 in Style

Curious about the sleek design of our BioGS 2.0? Check out this video featuring the masterminds behind our newest air purifier.

Our Good Design Award

We have some good news!

Rabbit Air’s BioGS 2.0 has received a Good Design Award from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. Over 700 new products and graphic designs were selected from more than 38 countries from Europe, Asia, and the Americas. On March 15, The Chicago Athenaeum and the European Centre will present an exhibition of all award-winning products, including the BioGS 2.0, at the historic GOOD DESIGN show during the 2014 International Housewares Show in Chicago.


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November 2013 Newsletter

Happy holidays from all of us at Rabbit Air! We have been enjoying the clear air in Los Angeles lately and also the embarrassingly warm weather. We hope those of you in wintery climates are staying warm and dry. We’ve had a great year and are looking forward to 2014. May you all have a safe, joyous holiday season. Here are some tips for keeping healthy!


Avoiding the Christmas Sneeze

Believe it or not, that big beautiful Christmas tree in your living room might be the reason you’re sneezing. Connecticut researchers have found that the mold count from a live Christmas tree rose to five times the normal level two weeks after the tree was brought indoors. If you’re super sensitive to mold, you might want to consider keeping that tree on your porch, or at least keeping it indoors for as brief a period as possible!

Pine trees aren’t the only potential allergy triggers during the holidays. Read this article to learn more about ways to protect yourself, or watch this video featuring Dr. Clifford Bassett about ways to combat holiday sniffles.

Think Before you Burn

It’s hard not to gravitate towards a wood-burning stove in winter. The warmth and symbolic coziness of the hearth plays a role in tradition for a reason. Unfortunately, due to its pollutional effects, it’s not the best cold-house solution for everyone. 
Those with lung disease, including asthma, emphysema, angina, COPD, and CHF are often more sensitive to the toxic gases and particles released by such stoves and should avoid contact. 

Here are some suggestions for ways to keep a fire burning in your home all winter long while limiting exposure to wood-burning stove smoke.

  • Ensure that your stove is installed properly and maintained regularly.
  • Keep your flue open to allow plenty of oxygen in while using your stove.
  • Don't burn anything other than clean, dry wood that has been properly seasoned.
  • Avoid burning particle board, treated wood, stained wood, painted or wet wood.
  • Burn hot, bright fires. Avoid fires that smolder.
  • In milder weather, burn smaller fires.
  • Keep the doors of your wood stove closed at all times, unless you are loading it with wood.
  • Remove ashes from your stove on a regular basis.


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