It’s time for a change – and a new kitchen can be a great way to give your home a serious spring spruce-up, and make it healthier, too. But if you or someone in your family has allergies and asthma, there are important steps you need to take.
With the cooler weather, we’re indoors more than ever. To help keep allergies at bay, ditch the broadloom in favor of one of Allergic Living’s top choices for an allergy-free floor.
No more musty, moldy underworld. Transform your basement into a livable, breathable space.
They’re creepy and allergenic. But you can minimize the mites.
It can hide almost anywhere and no homeowner wants to find it: mold. If it’s growing in your house learn why it’s there and what to do to get rid of as quickly as possible.
Overexposure to certain chemicals, such as those found in cosmetics and household products, can prematurely trigger the beginning of puberty.
Before you eradicate it from your home, learn more about mold with this primer.
At home or on the road, take these steps to reduce pollution and keep air clean.
Does your home feel damp or have water damage? According to a new study, living in a damp home can make children more susceptible to nasal allergies.
Meet Canada’s ultimate eco-interior designer, a woman who fuses a chic aesthetic with healthy design.