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Does Nasal Irrigation Really Work?
No one wants to have a runny nose or a stuffed-up head. If fall allergies have you down, think twice before you reach for antihistamine or decongestant drugs. There’s an all-natural and inexpensive treatment that really works. Try nasal irrigation at home and get relief quick. view more»
Living With Cat Dander Allergies
It has been estimated that over seventy percent of homes have at least one pet, and also that one in ten adults suffers from dog or cat dander allergies. view more»
What Are the Best Cat Breeds For People With Pet Allergies

Are you a cat lover who also suffers from pet allergy? There are certain breeds of cats that you may be able take home. These cat breeds are considered hypoallergenic (no such thing!) and are known to rarely trigger allergy attacks.

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Do Dust Mite Covers Really Work
The simplest answer to that question is YES! The effectiveness of using dust mite covers in reducing dust mite allergens is one of the few things we can get most of the doctors we deal with to agree on. view more»
How To Prepare For An Asthma Attack
When Asthma Strikes Be Prepared. How to prepare for asthma attack may sound like an unusual concept to consider, but proper preparation can actually mean the difference between life and death. Asthma attacks can come on suddenly and range from mild to severe, so the more you can stay on top of your symptoms, the better off you’ll be. view more»
What Are Bird Mites?
What are bird mites? That’s a good question and one many people who have come in contact with the pests would like an answer to. Some of our customers get them confused with dust mites. view more»
How Do They Test Infants For Allergies
For the most part, testing in infants is the same as it is for older children and adults. Depending on the type of allergy that is suspected, your doctor can use either a skin test, blood test or other testing method to determine the trigger. When performed by trained personnel, testing is quite safe and it is the first step toward effective treatment. view more»
How to Remove Mold From a Hard Surface
When cleaning mold, you are concerned with two aspects. First, killing the mold and second, removing the stains left by the mold. Many people attempt to do this with liquid chlorine bleach and by accident create and inhale chlorine gas, damaging their lungs. There is a much easier and safer way! view more»
Dummies’ Guide to Nasal Irrigation for Pollen
Step by Step Guide for Nasal Irrigation for Pollen, Dust and Other Allergens. This is what you’re here for; the fool-proof, step by step guide. We promised; we deliver! view more»
What are the Differences Between De-Mite Additive and Allersearch Allergen Wash
For years, doctors have recommended that people with allergies wash their bed linens weekly in hot water to remove household allergens such as dust mites.Unfortunately, “hot” water means water that is 140°F or higher. In most cases this is a temperature cannot be had at home with residential water heaters. Now what? view more»
What Are Air Cleaners

If you have allergies or asthma or are just desire improved indoor air quality, then you have probably considered the purchase of an air cleaner. There are so many makes and models on the market choosing one can be overwhelming. Many people give up the search because it is just too confusing.  We hope to educate you so that when it comes time to buy a HEPA air cleaner, you will make the right choice.

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Best Air Cleaners for Smokers

Most of our regular customers have respiratory problems. People with conditions such as allergies, asthma, or chronic bronchitis do not tend to be smokers. For a person with allergies or asthma, the main concern is the removal of particles. Cleaning the air for smokers is more complicated. 

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Get Relief from Seasonal Allergy Using Nasal Irrigation
Every spring and fall, tens of thousands of people suffer from allergic rhinitis caused by pollen in the air. People refer to this as “hayfever”, “rose fever” and “seasonal allergy”. view more»
Spring Allergy Cleaning - Tackle the Bedrooms

If you are going to do that annual deep clean, one of the most important rooms in the house is the bedroom. Because bedrooms have so many fiber surfaces they really collect dust and other household allergens. So, it is important to give them a good clean, but you have to be careful how and when you do it.

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Spring Allergy Cleaning - Kitchen Cleanup
Ack! Spring cleaning the kitchen can be such a big job that it can tire you out just to think about it, much less do it. But, if you have a strategy, a plan, and the right tools, it doesn't have to be so bad. view more»
Is Zipper Tape Necessary on Dust Mite Covers
One question that people who are buying dust mite proof covers for the first time frequently ask is if they need any special sort of cover or tape over the zipper. view more»
Where to Use ADMS Anti-Allergen Spray
There are several different anti-allergen sprays on the market. Most are either tannic acid based or use enzymes, alkalis or acids to neutralize the proteins that cause allergic reactions. ADMS Anti-Allergen Spray can safely neutralize allergens and render them harmless view more»
Happy Birthday Barbie .. I'm Not Allergic to You
A few years ago we had a customer call and she thought her daughter may be allergic to her toys, one being her Malibu Barbie and she would be devastated it she had to stop playing with her. view more»
Sneeze-cation: Traveling with Allergies
Step one complete: your home is protected and your family has a safe-zone from allergies. However as the summer traveling season comes to an end and the holiday traveling season looms in the distant future, it is time to start thinking about the necessary precautions to dust mite proofing your vacation. view more»
What Are Allergies
To understand what allergies are you first need to understand your immune system. The heart of your immune system is the ability to distinguish between self and non-self. Virtually every body cell carries molecules that identify it as self. view more»
Bed Bugs Cimex lectularius (Cimicidae)
Bed bugs are increasingly becoming a problem within residences of all kinds, including homes, apartments, hotels, cruise ships, dormitories and shelters. view more»
Spring Allergies are in Full Bloom
Cooler than normal temperatures have delayed the pollen season for much of the country this year, but the plants are making up for the late start with a vengeance. You can’t stay locked inside for the next month, so what should you do? view more»
Cómo matar a los insectos de cama en un colchón
Dormir con chinches de cama no siempre es tan evidente hasta que el problema se ha salido de control. Mucha gente puede ver claramente que tiene un problema cuando se miran en sus brazos y piernas. Si hay muchas manchas rojas o mordeduras, esto fácilmente puede significar que hay un problema de chinches en el colchón y que necesitan ser atendidos de inmediato. view more»
Love Your Pet, Not Your Pet Allergies
If you are allergic to furred animals the sneezing, wheezing, itchy and watery eyes, coughing, or nasal congestion you experience can reduce the joy of owning a pet. It doesn’t have to be that way. It is possible to live with your pet and your pet allergies. view more»
You Can Exercise If You Have Allergies
Have you ever uses your allergies as an excuse not to exercise? “My allergies are so bad today, I just don’t have the energy”, or “I only feel worse after I exercise outdoors, it is not worth it”. Allergies should not be a reason not to exercise. view more»

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