Turns out there’s more to cozying up with a steaming mug of hot chocolate than the nostalgia of it all. There’s research that shows that cocoa has a number of health benefits and several disease-fighting properties. But we have 4… Read More >
Fall allergies don’t get the same headlines as those in spring and summer, but this time of year can be especially bad for those who are allergic to mold and ragweed pollen. Check out a few lesser known triggers to be aware of this time of year.
Let’s find a healthier way to BBQ. Take a look at these good-for-you alternatives to some of your backyard favorites.
You’ve heard about the value of a kitchen remodel or finishing up the master bathroom. Now it’s time to consider something that can have a big impact on the health and longevity of your home environment.
Did you know that an estimated 45 million people in the U.S. wear contact lenses? And yes, a majority of them experience spring and/or fall allergies and eye irritation.
For many of us, spring allergies are more common than the common cold. Here are some questions you should ask a doctor this spring.
Spring allergies are a bummer. If you have a pollen allergy, you know how important it is to keep an eye on pollen counts all season long
Before Aprilaire had established itself as a worldwide leader in indoor air quality solutions, the company needed a name. Legend has it that the company’s first president was sitting at home with his wife one spring day when she opened… Read More >
The theory of using local honey for allergies has gained some popularity among those looking for a natural approach. But, does it actually work?
By this point in the year, it can feel like winter will never end. But when that cold and snow finally disappear, millions of Americans will trade the dry skin and cold noses for springtime sneezes and sniffles.