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Indoor Air Quality

If you or your loved ones have allergies to Airborne Allergens like Mold, Dust Mites, Pollen, and Pet Dander then you should try to prevent them from growing in your home. The best way is to keep your Humidity in your home or office between 30 to 50 percent. This might require a dehumidifier if you live in a humid climate and a humidifier if your live in a very dry climate. Bacteria like to grow in humid environments above 60% and Viruses like dry air below 30% to multiply. These allergens can effect your quality of life.

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Air Purifiers Provide Allergy and Asthma Relief

By Mary White

Does someone in your home suffer from nasal allergies or asthma?  As a lifelong allergy sufferer, I was so happy to find out about the many benefits of air purifiers for my condition.  I have taken allergy shots and prescription allergy medicines for years, and my symptoms are under control more often than not.  Still, it isn’t…

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Beating Allergies with Steam

By Kara Mitchell

Allergies to dust and molds cause discomfort to many people, and even pose a serious health risk to others. One of the most effective ways to ease allergy symptoms in the home is to clean with steam.

Dust mites are microscopic organisms that live in the porous surfaces of our homes such as carpets, mattresses, and the tin…

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4 Ways to Reduce Hay Fever Symptoms

By Dr. Kristie

Can you automatically tell that it's spring or fall by your allergy hay fever symptoms? Like clockwork every March, millions of allergy hay fever suffers develop an annoying runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, post nasal drainage and itchy, watery eyes. Although not a life threatening health problem these symptoms can be misera…

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