Studies show that air pollution affects our mental and physical health. Get expert tips on reducing your personal exposure to air pollution, both indoors and outdoors, and minimising your own contributions to our national emissions.
Pollution indoors can be worse than outdoors - and we're spending much more time at home right now. If you're thinking of buying an air purifier, find out how much you'd typically need to spend. We also share tips on buying a great air purifier on Black Friday.
Air pollution is something we’re very aware of when we walk down a busy city street next to a queue of cars. But do we need a monitor like the Airthings Wave Mini to tell us about the air quality in our homes?
Avoiding air pollution isn't easy, particularly in a city. We’ve just challenged four air purifiers, including compact ones, to tackle a range of allergens. Discover which air purifiers are best, and other ways to breathe cleaner air.
Are you struggling with allergies this season? Find out how an air purifier can help ease the symptoms of hay fever
Dyson’s new Pure Cool Me is on sale from 25 March 2019 for £300, making it the brand’s cheapest air purifier. It’s also the smallest, aimed at those who are short...
Which? pricing research reveals that opting for supermarket own-brand or generic hay fever remedies could save you more than 90% versus the leading antihistamine brand. Plus tips on minimising symptoms.
Poor air quality is the greatest environmental risk to public health in the UK. Could Flow - a personal air quality tracker from Plume labs - help you find cleaner air and avoid pollution?
A five-step plan to keep your home healthy in 2019, from warming up and trimming energy use, to working out causes of damp and boiler problems.
The Dyson Hot and Cool Pure, which has just launched, is an update of Dyson's bestselling Hot and Cool fan heaters. It claims to offers fast room heating in winter and powerful cooling in summer, as well as filtration to purify the room all year round. Is the price tag of this unique three-in-one product justified?