While it’s important to do a deep clean of your home, that activity can also expose you to harmful chemicals and create a dangerous environment. Let’s look at a couple of the problem areas and talk about easy solutions that can keep your home and family healthy.
For those who are ready to clear the air and take their indoor air quality more seriously, congratulations! Finding the right purifier – whether a whole home purifier, a room purifier, or even both – can go a long way toward increasing respiratory wellness.
Do air purifiers work? Most people have no clue that their indoor air quality at home, at the office or in the classroom is likely littered with indoor air pollution.
Wildfires and wildfire smoke have become the norm in recent years, causing panic and poor indoor air quality alike. And, unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
There’s no such thing as purely hypoallergenic pets. Some are simply less likely to cause reactions than others. Let’s clear the air.
It’s important to learn about healthy eating and how it impacts our wellbeing. We know that eating a variety of foods is a great way to get all the nutrients we need while keeping our taste buds interested; but for those with food allergies, it can be difficult to maintain a balanced, nutritious diet.
Like it or not, your home could be filled with indoor air pollution like dust mites, mold spores, allergens and more. Nurse Kate sheds light on how to keep our air clean and our lungs healthy.
Today is National Women’s Day – when we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women across the country and world. Observed since the early 1900s, it’s a day to reflect on the all achievements of past women, and acknowledge the progress that is still needed.
As morning and evening remain dark, commutes long and treacherous, and the skies gray – you may find your mood dropping as well. Fortunately, there is a lot you can do about it!
It’s been a rough flu season this year and the CDC recently announced that we still haven’t seen the peak. In addition to being a long season, the flu strain this year has hit with some tougher symptoms. Find out how you can stay ahead of viruses and stay healthy as we wind down a strong 2018 flu season.