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.
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You can control the air in your home to make it uninhabitable for some of the viruses that cause influenza. A Healthy Home comes down to three factors: Humidity, Air Purity, and Ventilation. Here's how to manage them.
As you get ready to welcome your new baby, you already know that for everything you can prepare for, two more will take you by surprise. All the more reason to get ready what you can now! One thing all parents should be aware of is...
So, you’re an Alexa user. And, chances are, since you’re an Alexa user, you may have already enabled the Aprilaire skill for your Amazon Echo device. (If not, we strongly suggest you stop reading this and read this instead.) You’re… Read More >
Your family is important to you. You’ve promised yourself to keep them feeling comfortable and healthy, especially in the home. We want to help you feel confident you’re doing that with our Pure Fit Promise.
Here’s a simple activity you can do with your kids to show them there are things in the air we can’t see. It’s a great way to start a conversation about protecting ourselves during allergy season and staying healthy.
Don’t close up the yard shed just yet! You can make the winter and next spring easier on yourself by tackling a few more projects this weekend.
Keep the inside of your home a healthy, allergy-free zone this fall. It’s possible with just a few updates to your home and some small changes to your routine.
Well spring gets all the blame, fall can be a tough time for allergy sufferers, too! Learn what might be causing your late season sneezes and sniffles.