Not all allergens hibernate in the winter. Our allergist explains the reasons why you might actually suffer more in the winter.
The mold inside the bath or teething toy looks yucky and might frighten parents. But does this mold pose a real health danger to babies and children?
Tackling a DIY home improvement project can expose you and your family to substances that harm your lungs and cause other health problems. Here are the most common hazards and safety tips for each.
Being exposed to mold can cause breathing problems, from mild to severe. Get tips for minimizing your risk from running a dehumidifier to using mold-killing bathroom paints.
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