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.
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.
Cold temperatures in the winter can lead to worsened air quality and that means you should be vigilant about creating a healthy home environment during the winter months. Find out how winter impacts IAQ and what you can do about it!
What’s the best way to maintain winter wellness? Curb the effects of dry winter air, of course. Dry winter air can have a profound affect on your family’s health. Achieving proper humidity levels in your home should help prevent irritating… Read More >
Does the cold make you sick? It’s a common question people tend to ask whenever winter rears its ugly head. The answer? Yes – kind of. While the cold weather itself may have something to do with your family’s health,… Read More >
The Great American Smokeout serves as an intervention and support system for those who are ready to quit smoking and for those who want someone they know to consider a change.
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...
We know it's stressful to deal with allergies of any kind. And when it comes to food, it’s tough enough to pack a school lunch kids actually want to eat. It's more difficult when your child has food restrictions. Here are some ideas!
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 >