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Most people believe that a pet allergy means no pets allowed. And this is an especially big issue concerning children because the pets are likely already in the home and the onset of the allergy was sudden. However, contrary to this popular assumption, a pet allergy is quite manageable even with multiple pets in the … Continue reading

For millions of people in the United States and throughout the world, allergies are an affliction that can control and even define their lives. Perhaps the worst aspect of severe allergies is that they assault us in the one place that we should always feel safe and comfortable: our own home. The good news is … Continue reading

The American Lung Association claims that Americans spend 90% of their time indoors. With all the contamination outside, many think that the air outdoors is worse than indoors. In reality, the air in your home can be anywhere from two to five times more polluted because pollutants stay trapped within the walls and are even … Continue reading

Scientists involved with the Manhattan Project during the 1940s created high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration technology in order to prevent radioactive airborne contaminants from spreading through and leaking from their laboratories. Their breakthrough was such a success that they commercialized it by the 1950s. Soon, hospitals, laboratories and military installations around the world were … Continue reading

Cleaning services for duct systems in homes have received a great deal of attention of late, and a common concern among homeowners is whether such maintenance is truly necessary. It’s a fair question particularly because it seems as if duct-cleaning services are a relatively new phenomenon while duct-based HVAC systems have been in use in … Continue reading

Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in life as well as one of the most nerve-wracking. Like all parents, you want to make sure you are providing the best possible living environment for this new little person, but there are constantly stories on the news about this product and that product … Continue reading

Spring is a welcome reprieve after the long, dark days of winter, but for 35 million allergy sufferers in America, the pollen Spring flowers bring practically ruin the joy of sunny days. Between runny, itchy eyes and noses, congestion and an overall crummy feeling, the annoyance of seasonal allergies can drive you to look for … Continue reading

According to a recent article published in Pediatrics Digest, air pollution is having a substantially greater effect on the lungs of children than health professionals had previously expected.

The information in the article came from a study published by Taiwanese researchers, who were researching the effect of the local allergy season on the severity … Continue reading

HEPA filtration technology doesn’t get the attention that it deserves. And when it does get consideration, that focus is generally on asthma, allergies and other conditions affected by poor indoor air quality. But hospitals all around the globe are using HEPA. So there must be more to it. And there is; for example, a recent … Continue reading

In our modern world, we’re socially aware about pollution and other negative environmental factors. But that awareness tends to focus on outdoor pollution sources and outdoor air quality. Politicians focus most of their energies on the outdoors, and the media puts the lion’s share of their attention there as well. The problem with this exclusive … Continue reading

Allergy season is upon us, a time when people turn to last-minute allergy proofing for relief. Sure, we achieve the best allergy relief through a committed year-round effort. But it’s never too late to start, and some of the steps we take right now can provide our families with immediate relief and some remarkable benefits.… Continue reading

Today, more than 20% of children in the United States are exposed to second hand smoke in their homes. In an effort to find a method for reducing asthma morbidity, doctors from the Child and Family Research Institute of the British Columbia Children’s Hospital, the Cincinnati Children’s Environmental Health Center, Department of Pediatrics and the … Continue reading

Most people don’t give much thought to dust. It may be an inconvenience, but it’s not dangerous, right? In actuality, dust is a danger, and removing it from a home is an essential part of maintaining strong long-term health. The reason why dust is a problem is that it acts as a sponge. That sponge … Continue reading

In order to maintain a healthy heart, most of us focus on exercise and diet. After all, the leading causes of heart attacks are high blood pressure and cholesterol. And we can diminish these negative factors by making lifestyle changes that include eating less fat and exercising more. But there may be other negative influences … Continue reading

In order to minimize our asthma and allergy symptoms we need to manage the triggers that set them off. This is especially important at home where most of us spend greater than 65% of our time. The simplest way to manage those triggers is to maintain healthy indoor air quality. In the following steps, which … Continue reading

India Dickinson lives with her five children in historic Beaufort, South Carolina in a home that was in serious need of repair. Problem areas included flood damage, a fundamentally compromised foundation, and a patchwork electrical system that was inefficient at best and a severe fire hazard at worst.

But those issues weren’t what frightened India … Continue reading

Recently, a considerable amount of new research has become available that strongly links air pollution with various lung diseases and other lung-related ailments. The latest research comes by way of Denmark, but similar studies have taken place in the United States, the United Kingdom and even Taiwan.

Perhaps the most unsettling aspect of the news … Continue reading

COPD is a condition that interferes with exhalation. When a person cannot expel all of the expended air in their lungs, then they effectively have less lung capacity for new, oxygen-rich air.

In the past, medical professionals would often categorize anyone with difficulty breathing as having COPD. And they would group anyone with COPD together, … Continue reading

Most of our time during the day is spent indoors, which is fine because the air indoors is better than outside, right? Wrong. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the air in your house is anywhere from two to five times more polluted than the air just outside your front door. Sure, there are pollutants … Continue reading

Depending on where you live, you may be accustomed to a seasonal yellow blanket of pollen that covers everything. The pine trees cause it, and it can be particularly bad in areas with dense pine tree populations. In fact, it can be so bad that it coats entire homes and even lakes in a yellowish … Continue reading

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