Air Pollution: United States Regions Staying healthy in the winter can be tough to do. It seems like there’s always someone around you who is battling the flu or a cold. And there are several different needs for air pollution… Read More >
The allure of cozying up by a crackling fireplace on a cold winter’s day is hard to resist. However, fireplaces-- as well as wood and gas stoves-- release dangerous pollutants into the air that can greatly affect the indoor air quality in your home.
Ideal indoor humidity is good for your well-being, but could it also increase productivity?
Find tips on dry air and home care for elderly family members this winter.
Indoor air pollutants have been found to be 2-5 times greater than outdoor pollutants. And since Americans spend an average of 90% of their time indoors, it’s more important than ever to make indoor air quality a priority in your home.
The flu virus is everywhere during the winter season, and it’s incredibly easy to spread. In fact, the Center for Disease Control says people with the flu can spread it to others up to six feet away!