We’d all like to believe that the air quality inside our homes is clean and healthy for the whole family. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, however, our indoor air quality can actually be up to five times worse than that of outdoor air.
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.
February is all about heart. There’s Valentine’s Day, with all the love, heart-shaped chocolates, and last-minute dinner reservations that go along with it. But it’s also American Heart Month. And It turns out unrequited love is not the biggest threat… Read More >
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.
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!
Alexa has skills to help with your allergies. Nobody wants allergies. In fact, we’re certain that 98% of the world would do away with them in a heartbeat if they could. The sneezing, the itchy eyes, the throbbing headaches and… Read More >
The dust on dairy farms may help prevent children from developing allergies and asthma. Want a life free of allergy and asthma symptoms? Head on down to the farm. According to recent news reports, studies have shown that Amish children… Read More >