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Why You Need to See an Allergist?

17th August 2014
When I was adolescent I often get affected by luke warm water while taking bath in winter. My skin used to get rough patches and gave itching effect after bath. I started sneezing, even though not sick, and my skin got itchy in strange spots. My eyes woul... Read >
Author: Anand Kumar

Redding Carpet Cleaning: Let Us Clean Out Your House!

01st November 2012
Redding's seasonal extremes can tax the abilities of the tidiest homeowner. Whether the culprit is the winter rains and snow or the summer dust, Redding carpets require regular professional carpet cleaning to keep them looking their best and to ensure the... Read >
Author: Laura Burgdorf

Effective methods for carpet and upholstery cleaning

29th June 2012
Carpets and upholstery are important part of keeping indoor environment healthy. Carpets specially work as filter and trap pollen, dust, food particles, bacteria, skin cells, pet dander and other contaminants that circulate freely in indoor environment of... Read >
Author: fitcustomshirts

Allergic To Your Dog? --- 5 Ways To Reduce Symptoms of Canine Allergies

11th June 2012
For those of us whose dogs trigger our allergies, it can be a real balancing act to enjoy them while dealing with the symptoms that are often triggered by their presence. Here are 5 things you can do right now that will help you enjoy your dog more by red... Read >
Author: Debbie

How To Remove Dust Mites From Couch

04th April 2011
Microscopic dust mites are found in millions inside your home. Even though they donít bite human beings, they cause allergic reactions, respiratory diseases and even lead to depression. Dust mites survive on pet dander, organic materials such as wool, and... Read >
Author: Faiza

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

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

Itch Relief - Discover Which Foods Cause Eczema

04th June 2009
Realizing which foods cause eczema is just one of 3 factors to consider when seeking relief. You have complete control of what you consume when looking for relief, but 2 other elements to consider, the internal and external factors... Internally, there ar... Read >
Author: Brandon

Breathing Dirty Air Can Cause Serious Health Problems

17th August 2008
You have probably heard that the air pollution problem is getting worse in the world. Trees are being cut and the addition of cars and large factories the air is becoming very polluted. However, did you know that the air inside your home is up to 10 times... Read >
Author: NickM

Effective Fabric Deodorizer to Eliminate Odors

14th March 2008
Some odors, like cigarette smoke and pet dander, can lurk in your home for days, even weeks. To rid your abode of such unpleasant smells, you'll need to use a safe and effective fabric deodorizer. Your key objective is to eradicate the scent, not just mas... Read >
Author: vincent platania

How to get rid of your hay fever virtually automatically !!

11th March 2006
Hay fever is an allergic reaction to airborne particles that primarily affects the nose and eyes. It is caused by outdoor allergens, and perennial allergic rhinitis by indoor allergens. Symptoms of hay fever resemble a cold, except that they occur onl... Read >
Author: Raymond & Keiko Entwistle
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