Our survey results show connection between sleep and air quality
With so much going on in the world, we’ve all had a few sleepless nights. The CDC recommends that adults need seven to nine hours of sleep per night to maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, that
As a general rule, you usually don’t want to see your household appliances on the evening news. So, if you live in one of the almost 50 million U.S. homes equipped with a gas stove, you may be feeling a little uneasy these days. The
Whether your home decor taste veers toward minimalist chic or maximalist color explosion, candles can be the perfect accent to enhance the personality of any room. But once you find a candle you love, you face the all-important question: to burn or not to burn?
Humans aren’t the only mammals that suffer from allergies—our feline friends can be plagued by many of the same allergy triggers that affect us. When you have an allergic reaction, your immune system interprets a foreign substance as a threat and goes into attack mode.
Smart home devices are all about making your life easier and more convenient. Whether you’re interested in saving money on electricity, making your home safer, or improving your indoor air quality, there’s a smart appliance out there that can help. The hard part is knowing
The indoor office environment has a reputation for making us sick due to mold, cleaning chemicals, infectious coworkers, and quite a few other factors. One benefit offered by working from a home office is a lot more control over indoor air quality, from open windows
Wildfire smoke and infectious droplets might be the most popular consequences of bad air quality, but many of us are losing good waking hours to more subtle indoor pollutants. The Biden Administration has pledged to address these concerns by putting the Clean Air in Buildings
Any seasoned chef knows that the most delicious meals can also be some of the stinkiest. Fried foods, sizzling bacon, fresh fish—and the list goes on. Cooking odors come from particles and gases released into the air while you cook, and they can be a
In the 1800s, firefighters wore the name “smoke eater” with pride. The term represented a life spent running towards danger to save people and property from harm, regardless of the personal health risks. Back then, the phrase was literal, as there were limited options to
From October when the Halloween candy starts to show up through December when we show love with large and dense meals, a healthy relationship with food during the holidays can sometimes be challenging. The stressful holiday season is possibly the worst time for our diets