Ozone in the stratosphere protects us from the sun's UV radiation, but at ground level, it is a harmful air pollutant. You might even be able to smell it. Read more here about ozone and ways to reduce your exposure.
Many of us are stricken with allergy but it can be a very subjective experience. Answer seven simple questions and find out how bad your allergy is compared to others.
If you have a dust allergy, you probably want to know just how to get rid of the seemingly endless amounts of dust that gather in your home. Even if you’re lucky and dust doesn’t cause an allergic reaction, it’s unsightly and can deteriorate the
Pregnancy is an exciting time — you get to pick out names, dream about what the future holds for your growing family, and share in the joy with the people you love. It can also be an experience that is full of questions about how
Summer is the time for travel adventures across the world. You may hop on a plane, stay in a hotel room somewhere new or ride on a cruise ship. Learn about the pollutants you may encounter and how to stay safe.
Summer, like spring, presents its own set of challenges for people with allergies. Here are some tips to help you deal with summer allergy and asthma triggers.
The air quality in your home is something you can control, but what if you spend 40 or more hours a week in an office building? The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) notes that, "Most Americans spend up to 90% of their time indoors and many
If you have allergies or a chronic lung disease like asthma, you’re probably very aware of the effect mold can have on your health. But even if you have a healthy immune system and no allergies, mold can cause a variety of health problems —