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Dust MitesTips
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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Dust MitesTips
April 22, 2014

Dust Mites: How They Affect Asthma & Allergy Sufferers

Common Causes One of the most common causes to allergies is dust mites. Dust mites are tiny eight legged creatures that are typically too small to see with the naked eye. Most homes have dust mites and a single gram of dust may have hundreds or more dustmites in it.…
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Dust MitesHow To
February 7, 2014

Dust Mites Control: How to Live with the Enemy

You can't see or hear them, but they're there - lurking everywhere in your home. House dust mites. These tiny creatures dwell in our homes and feed off the skin particles our bodies naturally shed. Even though they’re tiny and we don’t notice them, house dust mites can be harmful…
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Case StudiesDust Mites
January 7, 2014

Is it Possible to Outgrow Allergies?

Is it Possible to Outgrow Allergies? People with allergies often develop them during childhood or while infants. However, it is not uncommon for people to lose pet allergies, food allergies or hay fever as they grow older. Doctors are not sure why or how this is possible, but it is…
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Dust MitesIndoor Air Quality
November 14, 2013

The Scary Truth About Dust Mites in Carpets

As the years pass on, your carpets, rugs and lounges accumulate all manner of dust, pollen, dust mites … chemical residue from pest deterrents and soot from outdoor pollution … pets leave behind hair and dander … even the dust from that renovation job … just sitting there. The chances…
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Dust MitesIndoor Air Quality
October 21, 2013

Vacuum Cleaners – Old vs New

A new study suggests that bacteria, mould and dust found in older vacuum cleaners can pose health risks if they are not handled with caution. The study focused on several vacuum models and the dirt they retain, concluding that they can contain bacteria which can greatly affect your health. The…
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