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Bird Room Air Purifier---5 Best Features To Have

06th February 2012
The right air purifier in your bird room can go a long way towards preserving the health of your bird and you. Here are the 5 best features to have in cleaner. These will insure that the air quality and quality of life remain high for both you and your pe... Read >
Author: Debbie

Advantages of Red, White and Yellow Ginseng

16th May 2011
The most popular healing of herbs throughout Asia is without a doubt Ginseng. The effects of ginseng and panax ginseng have already been utilized in China as far back as 5000 years ago. These details suggest that ginseng boosts strength as well as total p... Read >
Author: Albert Roth

Nebulized Sinus Treatment A New Treatment Option?

09th July 2010
Often for patients of chronic and recurrent sinusitis, the last resort is an invasive method that will remove the causative agents from the infected site and the removal of the tissues that have been damaged by the infection. Although this still remains t... Read >
Author: jillghprx

Removing New Carpet Smells--4 Steps Towards Surviving New Carpet Fumes

09th March 2010
New carpet is a great way to tweak a room's appearance. But the fumes that it sometimes gives off can literally make you and your family sick. If you are experiencing nausea watering eyes, dry or sore throat, and headaches that won't quit, you may be reac... Read >
Author: Debbie

A Healthy Preschool Atmosphere--3 Ways to Keep Your Preschoolers Healthy

08th February 2010
Keeping the atmosphere in a preschool clean and healthy isn't as easy as it might at first seem. But with just a few simple but consistent steps you can keep your preschool healthy for all. Sanitize Common Surfaces Daily-There are sanitizing wipes that... Read >
Author: Debbie

Some Interesting Facts about Acute Bronchitis

03rd February 2010
Acute bronchitis is very common among people with respiratory conditions. This type of bronchitis can occur in anyone, at any age. Acute bronchitis usually accompanies flu or cold and in most cases it doesn't need medical treatment. When acute bronchitis ... Read >
Author: Milton Sykes

Breathing Paint Fumes--What You Risk and 2 Solutions That Work

14th December 2009
Painting your home is a great idea as long as you are not forced to breathe the fumes day after day. Here are some answers about why paint smells, what risks it causes, and 2 solutions that can make the problem go away. What you risk depends on the pai... Read >
Author: Debbie

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

The True Dangers of Stress

08th January 2009
Most people in today's fast-paced world could not imagine life without stress. While stress is a normal reaction in some situations, a constant cycle of stress is dangerous and cannot be sustained. Stress starts in your brain and sends signals to all part... Read >
Author: Dale Odeyemi

Alleviating Dry Skin Caused by Chlorine Help for Swimmers

12th May 2006
Summertime is just around the corner. Serious swimmers are already hard at work training for the next summer Olympics and many Americans are thinking about swimming for fun. But every stroke they take in chlorinated water, and even the after-swim showers ... Read >
Author: No Last Name
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