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Stop Indoor Air Illnesses

December 17, 2018

Cold weather means closed windows. If you find yourself coughing, sneezing, and feeling sick this winter… it might not be cold or flu—it might be indoor air pollution! Check to see if any of these are causing what might look like winter illness—but actually are triggers in your home! First, check your air filters. Changing […]

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A huge swath of the US is covered in pollution from the massive western wildfires. The large gray crowd blocking out the blue of the sky looks like something from a film set in a dystopian future—but it’s right outside your window. Research shows that even in the US our life expectancy is being cut […]

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Fending Off Allergies

April 4, 2018

Almost everyone experiences some degree of allergies. It’s not just a reaction to pollen, ragweed, and fresh cut grass, after all, it can be a reaction to road pollution, fires burning nearby, or other environmental toxins that spread easily during hot summer months. Here are some ways to cut back on your allergy exposure, and […]

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Thankfully, cold and flu look like they’re on their way out, but don’t put your sinus flooding kit away yet. Use it to stay on top of spring allergies and sinus infections.

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Supporting the Liver Daily

October 3, 2016

Headlines are pretty bleak about a lot of everyday things we take for granted: the WHO says that almost everyone’s air is substandard; a new and more thorough study found that household dust is full of chemicals (it’s leaking off your furniture, your floor, paint, plastic toys/goods and more, then getting trapped); then, there’s all […]

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