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The Honest Company Recalls Baby Wipes That May Contain Mold
It's likely harmless, but the spots are visible.
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Here's How Long It Takes Before Your Favorite Food Grows Mold
Food can spoil sooner than you think.
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The 'Forgotten People' Of New Orleans' Upper 9th Ward
Eleven years after Hurricane Katrina devastated much of the city, decaying homes are blighting neighborhoods and spreading sickness.
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7 Healthy Reasons To Get A Dehumidifier For Your Home
Mechanical Engineer, Infopreneur and Technology Enthusiast
Dehumidifiers are soon becoming one of the widely used units in American homes. This has paved the way for the origin of
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So THAT'S How To Tell If There's Mold In Your Home
It's a simple game of hide-and-seek.
10 Tips to Reduce Summer Allergy Symptoms
Interior Designer and Clean Design expert
Hot and humid summer weather can impact allergy symptoms -- and to ensure that your indoor and outdoor activities are not impacted by "wheezing and sneezing" moments. Our tips will allow you to manage, reduce and (perhaps) eliminate allergens in your indoor and outdoor environment.
And Now It's Time To Watch Mold Grow To The 'Game Of Thrones' Theme
More rot than you'll see in all of King's Landing.
Parents, Beware, Those Sippy Cup Valves Could Be Growing Mold
Here's Why Your Home Has Been Smelling So Musty Lately
By Lisa Capretto, OWN
There are 4 distinct culprits.
How To Keep Berries Fresh For Longer
Don't let your berries boss you around.
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Caveat Emptor: The Home Inspector
Co-editor, The Hollywood Interview.com
You've found your dream home in the perfect neighborhood. The neighbors are friendly, as are their kids and dogs, the schools are nearby and the price is even below what you were expecting.
Your Keurig Machine May Be Covered In Bacteria And Mold
Watch Out For These Allergens This Winter
Julie Kuriakose, M.D.
Dual board-certified in allergy and immunology and internal me...
Winter means that more people are staying indoors to avoid the cold. What many people may not know is that they can be exposed to indoor allergens that are lurking within their home.
Governor Cuomo Should Veto the Mold Legislation and Start From Square One
Elizabeth Glass Geltman
Associate Professor & Program Director, Environmental & Occupa...
Governor Cuomo should veto the legislation. A new mold bill should be written that includes stiff penalties. The bill should also require training of all mold workers, photographic documentation, and third party verification that mold remediation is properly completed.
Interview With Museum of Arts and Design's Artist-In-Residence, Derek Haffar
Watertree Health Digital Strategist Published in Forbes. TED-...
I met Derek Haffar at the Museum of Arts and Design during one of his Artist Studio hours last year. He was working on reconfigured, fragmented or broken castings of people. I walked in and convinced him to mask me.
Buying a House? A Hard Look at Home Inspections
Healthy home expert, serial entrepreneur, Wall Street escapee
9 Dirty Things In Your Kitchen You Probably Haven't Been Cleaning
(But you probably should.)
PHOTO: Moldy Lemons Allegedly Served Up At Five Guys
Only Transparency and Oversight Can Save NYCHA
Denise M. Miranda
Managing Director, Safety Net Project at the Urban Justice Center
It is a lack of transparency and oversight that has allowed a culture of neglect to flourish within NYCHA.
PHOTO: Moldy Minute Maid Allegedly Sickens Kids
Latino Workers on the Forefront of Sandy Recovery Efforts
Associate Director of Communications, the Sierra Club
Latino workers' contribution to reconstruction after our national catastrophes is nothing new. But in too many cases, their reward has been exploitation, devastating health problems or both.
Sandy Cleanup Workers: Could Illness, Litigation Lie Ahead?
Worried Moms In Sandy's Wake: Lead, Mold, Chemical Mixes Among Health Risks
Naturally Rid Your Home of Mold and Mildew
web's leading resource for all things organic
If you want to thwart these musty house guests from sticking around, keep your home dry. Mold loves warm, humid areas, like bathrooms or a damp basement. To stop mold from forming, try these tips.
Weather on Steroids and Mold in the Basement
Dr. Gary Ginsberg
Toxicologist; Faculty, Yale and the UConn School of Community ...
Heat and humidity fosters furry colonies in damp basements, attics and closets.
Dust Mites in Your Bed? Allergens in Your Home? We Have Solutions!
Hyla Cass, M.D.
Author and physician practicing integrative medicine
My latest concern, likely in response to some incessant commercials on the subject, is the existence of disgusting, invisible dust mites that camp out in our mattresses, living off our skin flakes (yuck!) and generally up to no good.
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