Dust mites

The problem with respiratory allergies such as rhinitis, sinusitis, and asthma is that most allergic reactions are caused by house dust mites.  Dust mites are microscopic arachnids that “live with…

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Spring allergies infographic

Spring is the most beloved and beautiful season of the year. The colorful flowers and trees embellish the once bare and grey winter landscape bringing along with it the return…

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Viruses in hospital

  A hospital, is an internal environment, where greater control measures of virus transmission through the air, must be taken. The areas where these measures must be focused on, range…

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Our Top 5 Air Quality Apps

1. AIRNow (Free) This app by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) provides users with real-time air quality information to help them plan their day. The app allows users…

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Spring Allergies

April showers bring May flowers and May flowers bring pollen. Pollen can cause seasonal rhinitis that usually appears in spring along with blooming flowers. Because pollen is produced by flowers,…

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Is it the Flu or a Cold?

The flu and the common cold have many similar symptoms. Both can be contracted through the air. This often happens when someone with the flu or a cold sneezes or coughs.…

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Indoor Air Pollution

Indoor air pollution has been an international hot topic as of late. Indoor air pollution can cause severe health problems for many inhabitants. Children and the elderly are especially at…

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Carbon Footprint

Confucius said, “Study the past if you would define the future.” What we do today will determine our future and one of areas this applies to most is the environment.…

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