If your child is one of the millions that suffer from allergies in the U.S., you know that it can be hard to control their symptoms. Reducing contact with airborne allergens like dust and pollen can help prevent the onset of symptoms in children. Here are a few steps you can take around the house … Continue reading "Tips for Managing your Child’s Allergies"
Think it’s too early to begin worrying about fall allergy season? Think again! According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI), fall allergies can be especially bothersome to those who are allergic to pollen and ragweed. In particular, ACAAI states that hay fever and autumn leaves can trigger allergic reactions. They note: … Continue reading "Worrying about Fall Allergies?"
The good news for the millions of Americans who suffer from allergies is that they can take action against symptoms before they start. Dust and pollen are common airborne allergens that cause these symptoms. Here are some everyday steps you can take to help you avoid them. Keep windows closed in the car and at … Continue reading "Allergy Season is Coming: Are You Prepared?"
An article in the Dec. 10th edition of the New York Times, titled “Want to Live Longer? Breath Clean Air,?? highlights a new study published in the journal Epidemiology that found a direct correlation between a decrease in air pollution with an increase in life expectancy. As the article notes, there are other factors which … Continue reading "Breathing Clean Air Made Easier with a Room Air Cleaner"
When planning to do your holiday shopping – both for gifts and for decorations, it’s important to consider any allergy sufferers on your list. That’s because many allergens associated with yuletide can quickly turn celebrations into sneezin’ season. Before you deck the halls with decorations, remember this: artificial trees and ornaments tend to build up … Continue reading "Shopping Ideas to Fight Indoor Air Pollutants"