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Preventative Health Care Priority: Your Air And Water

  • 07-March-2017
  • published by: P & N
Preventative Health Care Priority: Your Air And Water

Most of us are aware of the risks of bad choices at the dinner table–too many carbs, too much sugar, too few green vegetables. A lot of us have even gone further, and now we research where our food comes from. We’re paying more attention to the quality of the things fueling our bodies. Or are we? While we can’t survive without water, how many of us are ensuring that we have quality drinking water? While we certainly can’t go…

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How Airborne Allergens Cause Colds

  • 12-February-2017
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How Airborne Allergens Cause Colds

You’re sneezing, coughing, and your nose is running faster than Usain Bolt at the Olympics. “There’s something going around” at the office, and now maybe you’ve caught it too. Sounds like the common cold. The only way to deal with this cold is to fill yourself with relief meds and trudge through work until it passes in a few days. The only problem is, it’s been a few days, and the cold hasn’t passed. Your sneezes are starting to break…

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Effective & Natural Tips For Safe & Clean Indoor Air

  • 30-November-2016
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Effective & Natural Tips For Safe & Clean Indoor Air

Effective & natural ways to keep your indoor air safe and clean According to the Harvard School of Public health, air pollution is the cause of over 3.3 million deaths around the world every year. While many people acknowledge the dangers posed by unclean outdoors, they forget that indoor air quality also matters. In fact, researchers have indicated that the quality of air inside homes is an important health consideration due to small spaces with appliances and chemicals churning out…

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Tips To Boost Indoor Air Quality

  • 27-November-2016
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Tips To Boost Indoor Air Quality

Give your indoor air quality a boost with these 5 proven tips Every year when winter starts, it brings with it a number of discomforts and health issues. The first few weeks of winter seem to bring sneezing, runny noses, congestion, coughing and body aches. Everyone around you, including yourself, becomes affected – and it becomes even worse when the air indoors is not clean. Indoor air quality becomes a problem in the winter months as windows stay closed and…

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Indoor Plant Purifiers

  • 25-November-2016
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Indoor Plant Purifiers

Six Plants that Help You Breathe Easier Indoor air pollution. It’s the elephant in the room. But unlike its cousin, outdoor air pollution, people don’t address the effects of indoor pollution as much—and the steps to reduce it. With the help of mother nature, we will list six air filtering plants that combat air pollution, as well as non-plant alternatives for people who prefer to tend to their gardening outside. 1. Boston Fern Aesthetic Benefits: Full and flourishing, a Boston…

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The Dangers of Chemical Air Fresheners

  • 09-September-2015
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The Dangers of Chemical Air Fresheners

Don’t put your health or your family’s health at risk! All of the advertisements strive to make us feel that we do not have a really nice home unless “air fresheners” are supplied in all bathrooms, kitchens, and around the house generally to assure that we and our visitors are persuaded that ours is not just a clean home, but one with requisite elegant touches. There are two kinds – the spray type, with their un-recyclable aerosol cans or plastic packages, adding to unnecessary solid…

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Is There Lead In Your Drinking Water?

  • 14-July-2015
  • published by: P & N
Is There Lead In Your Drinking Water?

Do you know if there is lead in your water? No matter if you have a private well or municipal water, lead could be a problem. Though the treatment plants do test for that, a lot of the contamination can occur after the water leaves the facility. Either way, you’ll want to periodically test the water that comes out of your tap to determine if there’s lead in it. If there is, you’ll want to find a way to correct…

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4 Ways Indoor Humidity Can Cause Problems For Your Business

  • 07-July-2015
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4 Ways Indoor Humidity Can Cause Problems For Your Business

The humidity in the air inside your business needs to be at the ideal level. If it’s too low, the environment won’t be comfortable. Studies have shown that indoor humidity levels of 40-60% are optimal from a health standpoint. However, the level that’s best will depend on the needs of your business. Some problems that may arise if the humidity level isn’t at an ideal level include damage to sensitive machinery, corrosion of metal parts, poor air quality, and an…

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4 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

  • 16-June-2015
  • published by: P & N
4 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

It’s all too easy to believe that poor air quality only happens outdoors. We see images of factories spewing their toxins into the air, crowded highways loaded with exhaust fumes, and cities where the air quality is so low, people feel they need to wear masks. However, air pollution doesn’t only happen outside. The air quality inside your home or business is prone to it, as well. Stale air, cooking fumes, cleaning products, and mold can all negatively impact the…

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