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Mold Remediation and Health

19th February 2013
If it seems that you continuously appear to be sick or that you discover you have shortness of breath while in your own home, it may be wise to have the house examined for mold. Inhaling mold spores can cause sneezing, runny nose, and a scratchy throat. ... Read >
Author: Mark D

Must have home cleaning service Tools

20th July 2012
Home cleaning is one of the most annoying but the important chore of all. Without a clean and tide home, the residents will eventually start to get ill. For perfect home cleaning services, you must the cleaning tools. The following article discusses the h... Read >
Author: fitcustomshirts

Getting Rid of a Garlic Allergy

05th October 2010
Some people dislike garlic and others absolutely love it. In today’s culinary culture its almost impossible to get away from as Italian, Spanish and French influences on our cooking mean that garlic is used in a multitude of ways. Unfortunately for some p... Read >
Author: Allergy Tactics

For asthma SINGULAIR just once a day.

04th October 2010
In children today asthma is perhaps the most chronic illness, affecting one in every fifteen. In adults about one in every twenty North Americas is afflicted. Since the 1970s the prevalence of asthma has increased significantly and as of 2009, asthma has ... Read >
Author: Danny

CoSHH Health Hazards in the Baking Industry

10th June 2010
One industry which has the highest rate of occupational asthma is the baking industry. Each year, 90 new cases per 100,000 workers are diagnosed. Substances used in baking which are hazardous to health include flour dust, improver dusts containing enzy... Read >
Author: Dale Allen

Removing Diesel Fumes From the Air You Breathe - 3 Reasons to Act Now

21st May 2010
Diesel fuel is a huge part of what literally makes the modern world go. Large cities have a huge amount in the atmosphere from various types of transportation, and make up an increasingly alarming percentage of the air outdoors. And while we seem to ha... Read >
Author: Debbie

What Poor Office Air Quality Causes

16th April 2010
Many health problems can occur as the result of poor air quality, ranging in severity from mild headaches to severe allergic reactions and breathing difficulties. Preventive maintenance and regular replacement of air filters is necessary to keep your offi... Read >
Author: Dean Matthews

Why You Should Install a Humidifier

16th April 2010
Today's health- and eco-conscious homeowners are concerned about more than just heating and cooling their homes. According to Aris Parviz of Virginia's Able Air-1, Inc., the HVAC industry has been refocused in recent years, and moisture control is becomin... Read >
Author: Dean Matthews

The Different Health Risks Of Shampoo In Your Hair

21st January 2010
Anyone who bathes and wants their hair cleaned uses shampoo. Some shampoos promise your long flowing hair while others make sure that your hair is glowing. These are wonderful sales talk and most people are vain enough to be drawn into it. However, only a... Read >
Author: Freddy Roy

Managing Asthma Through Physiotherapy

29th September 2009
Physiotherapy Asthma management is a concern for about 15 million people in America. There are many different medications and other treatments used successfully for asthma management. However, some methods used are not quite proven to work. Some physi... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

Window blinds aid prevention of allergies

23rd July 2009
Window Blinds - The perfect combination of beauty and practicality Window Blinds are not just the ideal product to add that finishing touch of beauty to your home, they also aid in the prevention of allergies by ensuring less dust is allowed to build up.... Read >
Author: nicktyler

How to protect yourself from Asthma?

29th June 2009
Processed foods and some vitamins and medications may contain food coloring and additives that can worsen asthma; yellow dye (tartrazine), for example, is well known for provoking attacks. Asthma attacks may also be triggered by a high-salt diet, and some... Read >
Author: petersonbran

How Lemon Juice Power Gives You Asthma Relief

27th January 2006
If you just found out you have asthma or are a long time asthma sufferer, here's step one to start off on your natural remedy lifestyle to reducing and controlling your asthma. Use of lemon juice has been found to have tremendous benefits in the body a... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

BEWARE: Your Fireplace or Wood Burning Stove May Be Harming Your Health in an Unexpected Way

02nd December 2005
As the holidays near and the air becomes more frigid, families gather around fireplaces and wood-burning stoves seeking warm comfort. Unfortunately for many --- especially those who suffer from asthma and allergies -- the use of such heating devices can t... Read >
Author: Brian Vaszily
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