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February 21, 2017

How To Get Rid Of Mites In Your Bed

First, we must start off by asking ... What Are Mites? There are two types of bed mites: Dust Mites These are opaque looking bugs. They eat skin cells, bacteria and pet hair. They are microscopic, but they do not bite. They absorb moisture, so they can be dehydrated. They…
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Dust Mites
February 18, 2016

Did You Know? Your Household Dust Is Toxic

Did You Know? Your Household Dust Is Toxic!   When you stop to consider it, you begin to realise how true this is. Every home has dust. This is normal. Each household has differing dust particle quantities, depending on a massive range of factors. Things like where you live, what…
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Dust Mites
November 5, 2014

Dust Mite Protection Tips

Dust Mite Protection When you look at your fresh and clean bed covered with soft sheets, you would never suspect that there is a whole other world that hides in there. You don’t see it, but that doesn’t mean it’s not there. Your mattress is the perfect environment for millions…
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Dust Mites
October 10, 2014

6 Ways to Reduce Risks When Travelling With Allergies

Does your fear of allergies keep you from travelling on business or planning a road trip with the family? Don't let outdoor allergens prevent you from travelling and living life to the fullest. While travelling with allergies can be unnerving you can take several steps to controlit. Tips on Travelling With Allergies…
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Dust Mites
October 3, 2014

Simple But Effective Hay Fever Remedies

Symptoms of hay fever can often be mistaken for a common cold. To help you understand more about this allergy, here is a breakdown of hay fever symptoms and hay fever remedies. What is hay fever? Hay fever (also known by the name allergic rhinitis) is an allergic reaction to…
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Dust Mites
July 4, 2014

8 Asthma Symptoms in Young Children

What is asthma? Asthma is a lung disease that leads to inflammation of the airway and disrupts the flow of oxygen to the lungs. An asthmatic attack can be triggered by exposure to external  factors (cold air, pollution), internal stimuli (dust mites, pollen, pet dander, second-hand tobacco smoke)  and/or physical exertion. In…
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Dust Mites
April 24, 2014

10 Tips for Preventing Dust Mites in Your Home

Dust mites are tiny microscopic creatures that are present everywhere in our homes. These tiny creatures live in our mattresses, furniture, bedding, curtains, and carpets, feeding on the skin cells that we (and our pets) shed on a daily basis. In fact, the average human sheds enough dead skin to…
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