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Filtering Bird Dust Feathers---6 Features Your Air Cleaner Should Have

30th May 2012
Opening your home to a pet bird can be a lot of fun. It can also generate a lot of additional airborne particles such as wing dust, feathers and dander. Breathing these particles in addition to the usual household pollutants such as dust, dust mites, mol... Read >
Author: Debbie

Parrot Dust Air Purifiers---5 Features That Assure Effectiveness

14th March 2012
If you live with a healthy parrot, dust, bird dander, and feathers are a fact of life for you and your bird. And depending on the type of parrot you have, it can produce a lot more dust than is the norm. The right air purifier can make the air cleaner all... Read >
Author: Debbie

Parrots' Home Air Filter---5 Best Features Your Parrot's Air Cleaner Should Have

09th February 2012
You love your parrot, but the dust, feathers and dander not so much. You don't have to live with the extra particles that your pet generates if you have the right air filter. Here are 5 features to choose that will drastically reduce the airborne pollut... Read >
Author: Debbie

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

5 Physical Activities Pregnant Women Should Avoid

28th September 2011
Pregnant women are the vessel for all things that may carry to their unborn child. It’s very important that any mom-to-be take extra care of herself, physically, emotionally, and health-wise. While you’re watching what you eat and the vitamins... Read >
Author: Criss White

Reducing Parrot Dust----5 Things You Can Do To Get Rid of Bird Dust

22nd March 2011
Dust from birds such as African Greys, Cockatoos, and Cockatiels. can seem impossible to get rid of. As gorgeous as these birds are the dust they produce can be a hazard for both birds and humans. Nothing will completely eliminate it, but here are 5 thing... Read >
Author: Debbie

Protect Your Lungs from Excessive Chlorine in Swimming Pools

18th November 2010
There is no doubt that you can swim your way to great health. But are you aware that excessive chlorine exposure can sometimes lead to asthma and other respiratory problems? Chlorine, which is used for treating the water of indoor pools, can be detrimenta... Read >
Author: jenniferBolduc24

Dealing With Bird Dust--3 Ways to Minimize The Bird Dust You Breathe

22nd March 2010
All birds create some dust or powder, but there are some bird species that create a lot more of it than others, and breathing this dust constantly is not healthy for you or your bird. Here are 3 ways to effectively remove bird dust from your air and creat... Read >
Author: Debbie

Getting A Hypoallergenic Dog For Your Family

09th April 2009
If you are looking for a hypoallergenic dog, you will have many breeds to choose from. From smaller dogs like the Maltese, to larger breeds such as the Greyhound, these dogs tend to shed less, and do not product as much saliva or urine. When researching d... Read >
Author: John Singleson
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