Mold is very common, and can live in almost any indoor environment. Why should it matter if mold grows? Mold causes serious indoor air quality problems and can make you very sick. It is now known that mold causes mental health problems as well as allergy and asthma symptoms. What kinds of mental health problems does mold cause? Come learn more about the effects mold has on mental health, and what you can do about it!
Do you, a family member, or a friend have asthma? Have you been to doctor after doctor looking for relief? Perhaps where you live and work could be a major source of the problem. Did you know that living and working in a moldy building could affect your health?
In almost every home, almost everywhere on earth, there are dust mites. Dust Mites are invisible to the naked eye, you need a microscope to see them. Dust mites and their feces can devastate allergy sufferers causing sneezing, coughing, and much more severe symptoms. Even if you don’t suffer from allergies, your friends and family may. Read on to learn more about how dust mites can affect your health and what to do about them!
Mold and mildew love warm, wet places. Do you have a warm, wet place in your home? Of course you do! It’s your bathroom. Bathrooms are one of the best places for mold and mildew to grow because of the warm, moist air in this room. Removing the moisture will help prevent these fungi from growing. But how can you keep the room dry? Even if the room has proper ventilation, will people remember to use it? What kind of bathroom renovations prevent moisture buildup?
How can you protect your family from all those nasty germs? Did you know that sanitizing, disinfecting, and sterilizing are 3 completely different techniques for killing or removing microbes? Did you know that most commercial and household cleaners that you can purchase are full of toxic chemicals? How can you both keep your home clean and free of toxins? Read on to find out!