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Pet allergies are caused by proteins from the animal’s saliva, urine and skin glands that dry on dead skin and shed off as dander. To avoid these allergens limit your exposure to pets, vacuum and clean frequently, wash your hands, relieve your symptoms with medication and consider allergy shots. In addition, consider purchasing a UV Air Purifier that uses HEPA filtration. This kind of filter can be used to catch many of these allergens while they are airborne in your home.Read More
Around 36 million people worldwide suffer from seasonal allergies. With the crisp air and change of leaves, comes a season allergy victims dread: Fall. Ragweed, mold, dust mites and grass pollen are among the allergens that typically attack from August - October. Allergies are predicted to be particularly strong this year because of record rainfall in parts of the South and Northeast. “The rain is a big driving factor this year,” according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. “Grass pollen is flourishing this allergy season. Ragweed is here to stay.”Read More
Ask any parent and they’ll tell you that the start of each school year brings germs, colds, the flu, seasonal allergies and other health problems that can keep students from performing their best. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 22 million school days are lost each year due to colds and 38 million school days are lost each year due to the flu. Guardian Technologies™ air purifiers and humidifiers help improve air quality by reducing the spread of germs and minimizing allergens, which will help keep students ready for the classroom this year.Read More
Nearly 7 in 10 Americans (68%) have at least one leisure trip planned for summer 2015. With traveling becoming so prominent, it’s important to be both informed and prepared. We all know the travel basics of planning ahead and packing light, but what about knowing how to avoid germs and allergy triggers?Read More
With the first day of summer quickly approaching, everyone is looking forward to the warmer weather and an uplifted mood. What better way to begin relieving stress and boosting your well-being than using aromatherapy?Read More
Each year, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) declares May to be "National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month." It's a peak season for asthma and allergy sufferers. With 1 in 10 children suffering from asthma and 1 in 5 Americans affected by allergies, it's the perfect time to educate your family about these diseases.Read More
While this time of year means an end to snow for many of us, it is also the start of another seasonal foe: spring allergies! April showers may help new plants and flowers blossom, but the rain also brings more moss and mold growth - This triggers allergy symptoms for nearly 50 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies.Read More
It’s March and 2014 is in full swing. Don’t worry! There’s still tons of time to take control of your health and get it together. Whether you are home, at the office or at the gym, there are plenty of different ways to focus on your health and fitness. Take a look at these simple “life hacks” that can make all the difference to your health over time.Read More
Allergies are abnormal reactions in the immune system to certain substances. The body’s immune system mistakenly believes these substances to be harmful, and produces immunoglobulin E antibodies to protect the body. They come in two forms.Read More
What’s the big deal if you sweep one little dust bunny under the rug? Turns out, a lot! Most of the time, when there’s one, more will follow. So, the best thing to do is to get a handle on things before it gets out of control. The question is — how do you get rid of something that keeps coming back? The answer is: PREVENTION. Below are handy tips that you can utilize to prevent dust build-up in your house.Read More