During summer months, skin is faced with unique challenges. Not only does skin dry out in the heat, it can also be damaged by the sun if care is not taken. Our June newsletter focuses on how you can keep skin healthy this summer.
Mite-proof, zippered encasings for your bedding provide protection for you and your family from dust mite allergen. This article will answer your questions on what dust mites are, what an allergy to dust mites is, why mite-proof bed encasings can be helpful, and how to choose the right encasing.
Learn how to avoid triggering an allergy or asthma attack by controlling the indoor allergens and other triggers you are sensitive to. Common indoor triggers include mold, pollen, dust mites, and pet dander. For asthmatics, triggers can also include smoke, cold temperatures, and even air pollution.
Have you ever had a cold that just won't go away or one that seems to get better than get worse again? Your doctor will know for sure, but you may have a sinus infection, also known as sinusitis. Find out what sinusitis is, and what you can do to ease or prevent symptoms or recurrences.
Improve the health of your skin during cold winter months by keeping skin hydrated and moisturized, maintaining indoor humidity levels between 45%–50%, and protecting your skin from common irritants like harsh soaps and cleaners.