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Which is it? Food Allergy or Air Allergy

Jan 25, 2023

Guide to Understanding Prominent Allergies When it comes to feeling sick, one of the most common causes is allergies. An allergy manifests when your body’s immune system comes into contact with something harmful. An allergic response occurs in response to the harmful substance, helping flush out your system and warn you against coming into contact with such substances ag …

Do Grandma's Remedies Actually Work?

Posted by Air Health on Jan 12, 2023

Grandma's health remedies have been passed down through the generations, with many people believing in their effectiveness. However, it's important to note that not all of these remedies have been scientifically proven to work. As a matter of fact, we have just historically taken Grandma's word for it. We aren’t saying that it is bad to listen and trust Grandma, but let …

Guide to Choosing the Best Air Purifier for Your Home

Posted by Air Health on Jan 05, 2023

Many people spend the vast majority of their time indoors, especially when the temperatures drop or when we gather together. Yet according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), you are two to five times more likely to encounter pollutants inside compared to outside. This includes pollutants like mold, pet dandruff, tobacco, bacteria, viruses and many other toxin …

Guide to Preventing & Treating Home Mold Growth | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Dec 15, 2022

Guide to Understanding Mold in Your HomeWhile civilization protects us against many of the elements of nature, there is one problem that continues to plague businesses and homes across the world: mold. What starts as tiny spores can turn into a significant fungus problem. Not only does mold smell and damage buildings, but over 20% of people have a susceptibility that makes …

Top 3 Contaminants Lurking in Your HVAC Air Ducts | Air Health

Posted by Air Health on Dec 02, 2022

Air ducts are out of sight and out of mind. That’s why it’s even more important to start wondering what’s traveling through your home’s ductwork. Some of the contaminants may be making you sick or possibly causing the home to smell bad. This guide will cover the potentially harmful contaminants and particles often found in residential air ducts as well as possible …
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