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Can Seasonal Allergies Cause Your Skin or Scalp to Itch?
When you think of hayfever, you think of watery eyes, sneezing, coughing and wheezing. Do seasonal allergies have other symptoms? Can seasonal allergies cause your skin to itch? Yes, seasonal allergies release a neurotransmitter called histamine that causes blood vessels to dilate and this can cause your skin to itch and even rashes such as hives or eczema. view more»
How Do You Get Rid of the Smell of Cat Urine in Your House?
There are over 94 million cats as house pets in the United States. With all those cats, there is bound to be kitty litter failures, spraying, and accidents. No wonder people with cats often ask how do you get rid of the smell of cat urine in the house. It’s a problem. The real challenge can be to actually identify the urine-soaked area. view more»
Where Does All The Dust In Your House Come From
We’ve all been there. You dust all the furniture and a few days later it’s covered in dust again. You glance toward a window on a sunny day and see particles, floating freely in the air. Where does all the dust in your house come from? Believe it or not, it comes from you, your stuff, the other inhabitants of your house (invited and uninvited) and the outside. view more»
How to Fight Fall Allergies
The calendar says fall is still a few days away, but fall seasonal allergies have already started. Most people love this time of year because of cooler weather and football but for those with allergies to ragweed, this is not good news. 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»
Best Dust and Pollen Masks
Regardless of the season, if you have seasonal allergies you can reduce exposure throughout the year by wearing one of these pollen masks while working, exercising, or just enjoying the outdoors. view more»
Dust Mite Allergy Products That Work

We probably shouldn’t be telling you this, but there are many products sold for dust mite allergy sufferers that don’t work. They are based on junk science or developed by people more interested in selling a product than solving your problem.

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What Does a Sinus Headache Feel Like?
A sinus headache is a miserable constant pain which is characterized by aches over the forehead, cheekbones and the bridge of the nose. It worsens when you bend over or move your head suddenly. view more»
How Do You Prevent Dust Mites
In The Art of War, Sun Tzu advises “If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” Well, you know you are allergic to dust mites, so you know yourself. That’s half the battle. Now you must know your enemy, the dust mite. view more»
10 Tips To Help Manage Eczema

Living with eczema is a challenge. There is no cure, but, in most cases, it is manageable. 10 tips that have helped our customers manage it better.

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Top 5 Allergy Relief Products
There are many types of allergy relief products on the market. Some are remarkable for how effective they can be in bringing relief to allergy sufferers. Some excel at reducing the amount of cash in your pocket much not much else. If you want the largest amount of improvement in your allergy symptoms then focus on these top performing allergy relief products. view more»
Steam vs. Chemical - What’s The Best Way To Clean Carpeting
Several times a week we are asked " What is the best way to clean carpets" Steam vs Chemical. There are many proponents and critics of each method. view more»
How To Kill Dust Mites

Sneezing and congestion are familiar problems for those suffering from dust mite allergies allergies. So how can you make it better?

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Can you be allergic to cats and not dogs?
The United States is going to the dogs. Cats too. According to the American Pet Products Association, there are about 78 million dogs and 85.8 million cats living in homes in the US. But can you be allergic to one and not the other? Is it possible to be allergic to dogs and live in a house filled with cats? view more»
Gardening with allergies and what plants to use
Just because you suffer from seasonal allergies does not mean you cannot have a beautiful garden and yard. With some careful planning now, you can enjoy a spring and summer full of color without itchy, watery eyes and a runny or stuffy nose. view more»
Are You a Dirty Person?
Does having dust mites in your home mean you are a dirty person? Not exactly. view more»
Can Allergies Cause Headaches
Not all allergy sufferers have frequent headaches, but many do. Over the years, a number of scientific studies have shown a link between allergies and headaches. view more»
What is pet dander and how do you get rid of it?
If you have pets and have allergies, you have probably been told to reduce your exposure to pet dander. Easy enough if you know what pet dander is and where to find it. But if you don’t have the right information, you can waste time, money and energy on efforts that aren’t effective. So, let’s take a look at what pet dander is and how to get rid of it. view more»
Can Acupuncture Help with Allergies?
People with allergies seek relief in any manner they can find it. From traditional treatment with antihistamines and immunotherapy to neti pots and acupuncture. But does acupuncture really help with allergies? It may, but not the way you might expect. view more»
Bed Bugs in School Housing Can Be a Big Problem

Bed bug infestations have had major resurgence in the recent years, mostly because of more people are traveling and moving around more. It comes as no surprise, then, that college dorms and apartments can become a hotbed of bed bug activity.

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Will an air purifier really help your allergies?
These days you can walk into almost any store and see some sort of air purifier for sale. There are big ones that look like industrial machines, high-tech ones with lights and digital displays, and little ones to wear around your neck. And the claims they make! They slice, they dice, they play FM radio! Well, okay the last part is made up but you get the idea. view more»
What causes Allergies in the Spring?
The chief culprit in Spring seasonal allergies is pollen. Specifically, the pollen from trees causes allergies in the spring. Their wingmen in allergy mayhem are grass pollen and weed pollen. As the soils warms up, the plants come to life and immediately set about making more plants. view more»
Indoor Allergy Survival Tips
For millions of Americans, "allergy season" never ends. Did you know that most indoor environments actually trap airborne allergens. Lean how to take care of them. view more»
Sending Your Child with Allergies to Summer Camp
School is out and it is time for summer camp. I used to love going to camp every year. For many a mom with children that have allergies it can cause a bit of worry. If your child has allergies, here are a few extra things you need to do when getting them ready for camp. view more»
Pure H2O - The inorganic minerals that line a thirty-year-old plumbing pipe will eventually line ours.
A gentleman said to me in the middle of a recent business meeting, one that seemed to be going nowhere, "O.K., AIf, what's the bottom line?" My response was so off-the-wall that he didn't know whether to laugh, act insulted, or just leave my office view more»

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