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There’s never a wrong time set new goals and take control of your health. It doesn’t matter whether it’s at home, at the office, at the gym, these simple “life hacks” can make all the difference to your health over time: Always use the stairs, instead ...

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Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth since these are vulnerable areas for germs to enter the body - Centers for Disease Control. Lather and rinse your hands twice every time you wash. Columbia University researchers found that washing your hands once had a minimal effect on killing ger...

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It’s during the school year and the wintertime Children inside most often, leading to a higher susceptibility to spreading germs to each other. Here are 5 things you can do this year to make sure that your children stay healthy and avoid the flu and other similar illnesses all together....

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Mold can be found outdoors and indoors. And it doesn't really become a problem inside until there’s a water problem, such as a plumbing leak, rainwater leak or very high indoor humidity levels. Like you, mold needs water and food to grow. Its favorite foods include, but are not limi...

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With a parade of germs constantly following you around, one of the healthiest and easiest habits that you can adapt is remembering to wash your hands. Not only does washing your hands prevent spreading germs to other people, it also keeps you from spreading germs to yourself. You should always wa...

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What is UV-C Technology UV-C is a type of ultraviolet light, also known as Germicidal UV. It has the power to kill or incapacitate bacteria, mold, fungi, and viruses by destroying the DNA of dangerous pathogens. This is an extremely powerful te...

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Why Buy an Air Purifier From removing harmful airborne particles and odors, to reducing the time spent cleaning, an air purifier is a household asset. It can help clear your allergies, reduce the transmission of airborne diseases, and ultimately contribute to healthy living. With the di...

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Benefits — Why Use an Air Purifier? There are many reasons why an air purifier is a beneficial product to have on hand, and below we list the top six!  Top Reasons for Air ...

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Do you begin to sniff and sneeze the minute Fido enters the room? Then you may very well be allergic to dogs or cats...

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Indoor asthma triggers are the contaminants that can set off asthmatic reactions in people who have asthma or breathing problems. According to information from The American Lung Association, it is estimated that 24.6 million Americans have asthma. Typical asthma triggers found in the home relate ...

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Sneezing, wheezing, coughing, itching, watering, and runny noses — too many of us know these symptoms far too well throughout the year. Allergies spell misery for about 50 million Americans according to the AAFA, or the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Whether it’s a dramatic...

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Childhood Allergies: What Should Parents Know? Bruce Pener, MD The incidence of allergies in children has increased significantly in the last two decades. There are now more children with asthma, hay fever, and eczema than ever before. Closely following this increased p...

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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 th...

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Beth Corn, MD This year more than 50 million Americans will sniffle, wheeze, cough, or scratch their way through a bout of allergies. Some suffer from short-lived seasonal allergies, while others suffer all year long-usually in response to foods, pets, or the dust mites that take...

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