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There is growing evidence to suggest that indoor air pollution affects all aspects of our health. From the time we are born, all the way through our lives. Perhaps you’re thinking about starting a family? Maybe you’re enjoying your golden years? Or it could be you’re looking to improve your overall health and wellbeing. Wherever you are in life, the pollutants in your home are affecting your health, in ways you may not realize. Protection
In recent weeks the CDC (Centers For Disease Control) has issued new guidelines for dentists, recommending that HEPA filtration be used in surgeries to protect staff and patients from the spread of COVID-19. COVID-19 risks for dentists and patients As we know, the main way COVID-19 is spread from person to person, is via droplets in the air. And as many dental procedures, such as drilling, scaling and polishing, result in contaminants being released into
Keep the air in your home clean and safe We typically spend 90% of our lives indoors, often in close proximity to one another. With everything that has happened over the last few months, sharing the air with others can be a real worry. However, there are a few things you can do to ensure the air in your space is clean and safe. Monitor humidity levels Firstly, keep an eye on humidity levels. Placing
With wildfire season underway in many parts of the country, we take a look at some of the most recent findings and what you can do to stay safe this wildfire season. Staying indoors during wildfire season may not be as safe as you think Smoke from wildfires forces local residents to stay indoors with the windows and doors tightly shut. But are people actually safe? Preliminary findings from Oregon State University say no. They
Millions of Americans are being exposed to dangerous pollutants every time they turn on their gas stove. That’s according to a report just published by Rocky Mountain Institute. Around 40% of Americans use a gas stove for cooking. Without adequate ventilation, they can emit dangerously high levels of Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and are the primary source of pollution in the home. One study, carried out by scientists from the University of Texas, found that when
Are you having problems with mold in your home? Have you noticed a musty, damp odor? Perhaps you have experienced water damage from a leak in the roof, a damaged pipe or even flooding? All shapes and sizes Mold comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. Whether it’s black spots on your shower curtain, slimy orange mold in your drains or fuzzy white mold in your basement. It’s all mold and it can all