Ozone generators and ionizers
that produce ozone as a byproduct have been touted as a way to increase indoor air quality and decrease air contaminants like formaldehyde. The research says otherwise.
Ozone formaldehyde is a threat to your health: consider this your cease and desist warning letter.
Products today seem to tout terms like “Green”, “Non-Toxic”, “Safe”, but are they really that safe? If you want the safest and healthiest products for your family I recommend you check out the collection at Purhaven.com and contact their expert consultant Suzanne Elkind.
Poor indoor air quality can trigger your eczema. When we think of what causes eczema, we immediately start looking at what we put in or on our bodies: Our dietary choices, the chemicals in makeup and moisturizers, etc. Seldom do we think about the air around us, even though it’s a well-known fact that indoor air is often highly polluted.
Toxic mold can impact your health in many ways. We’re so used to seeing toxic mold in our shower stalls and basements that it’s easy to view this organic matter as nothing more than an unsightly nuisance. However, research has revealed that while some forms of mold are fairly benign (beyond being a common allergen), others can be highly toxic.
Is your clothing putting your health at risk due to toxic formaldehyde? Wrinkle-free and iron-free shirts have forever changed the laundry game, but their conveniences come with a price. Many of these shirts contain formaldehyde, a dangerous chemical that has been linked to cancer, asthma, and allergies.
Coming home from the hospital after an illness might seem like the worst is over, but could your indoor air quality be putting you at a greater risk than you realize? Whether you or a loved one has been hospitalized for sickness, minor surgery, childbirth, or even simple procedures or monitoring, poor air quality in your home could put you at furth…
Is your basement sick and making you ill? Rickety stairs and rodent infiltration aren’t the only dangers lurking in your basement.Whether you visit your basement often for working out or just a quick visit for laundry, the presence of basement mold and other air contaminants could have a negative impact on your health.
Changes in weather and dropping temperatures are enough to make anyone feel a little sniffly. But are your itchy eyes and runny nose by-products of the weather, or could they be caused by fall allergies?
Fall allergies affect millions of people each year, including 75% of those who also suffer from spring allergies.