There is a lot of advice about how to deal with cold weather. Learn what's good practice and what's just a bunch of hot air.
Ahh, the Holidays – people grappling frantically for the best deals at stores across the country, waking up a 4 a.m. and fighting traffic to sit outside in the snow. Wait! That’s not what the holidays are about. And that’s… 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 woes of winter heating costs are upon us. Save on energy this winter with a simple, tried and true solution: The trusty humidifier. It sounds a little farfetched, sure. How can you possibly save energy if you’re running… 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.
Here's a fun craft for kids that is sure to start a conversation around the table when you gather to celebrate this Thanksgiving. Grab the kids and a few supplies and let's get started!
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!
Halloween is nearly here! To show our Wisconsin pride, we turned one of our Aprilaire boxes into a fun, do it yourself cheese costume that you can do with your little cheesehead.
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 >