Swimming in the summer is a no-brainer. What better way to keep cool on those long, hot days than going to the pool, the beach, or the lake? It’s also a healthy, fun activity and life-saving skill.
“I’m allergic to brussel sprouts!” As kids, many of us probably tried using an excuse like that to get out of eating our vegetables. But today, if a kid tells you they’re allergic to something, it’s important to take them… Read More >
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.
It might surprise you, but according to Healthy Holistic Living, fabric softener is the number one cause of indoor air pollution. Never fear though, this DIY fabric softener is easy to make and VOC-free. But first, what’s a VOC? A… Read More >
Stay healthy when traveling by fighting dry air. Dry winter air is a problem. It leads to dry skin, irritated sinuses, and can increase your susceptibility to illness. You probably notice it this time each year in the form of… Read More >
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!
The body doesn’t need water any less in the winter, but it might be harder to notice how parched you are. Read on to learn 5 reasons why you need water in the winter and how very simple changes to your daily routine - and Aprilaire - can help!
Picture this. It’s Christmastime and all of your friends and family are sending you cute holiday cards. You want to display them all, but the sheer number of cards this year has you a bit overwhelmed. That’s okay – just… Read More >
We’ve put together a list of some specific places where you’ll want to be extra diligent about maintaining your health this holiday season. Read on to learn how you can be as healthy as possible and avoid stress.
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.