Have you ever noticed the excessive amount of dust accumulating in your home no matter how much you clean? If you find yourself dusting more than you normally would, then your air conditioner could be the culprit. Fortunately, there are a few simple solutions that can reduce common allergens in your home.
Fall is an exciting part of the year, unless you are one of millions who suffer from seasonal allergies. Eight out of ten people in the United States are exposed to some type of allergen, according to Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Although we cannot control pollen or other airborne allergens that circulate throughout the air, we can manage the indoor air quality in our homes by using these tips.
Among the many responsibilities a parent has when taking care of a baby, making sure they are comfortable is one of them. Unlike adults, babies cannot adjust their body temperature on their own. This makes them susceptible to heat-related issues such as heat exhaustion, heat rash, and dehydration. Some experts have stated that providing a cool and ventilated room between 73-78 degrees reduces the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). In order to keep your baby as comfortable as possible during the summer months, here are a few tips: