The Quietest Vacuum?

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, which is the quietest of them all? In general, vacuums are loud. I mean, really, how can they not be? Most vacuum cleaners are essentially a motor and a bag (or container to hold the…

Happy Thanksgiving!

With Thanksgiving quickly coming to a close, I want to take a moment to offer a few words. Thanksgiving comes once a year, and for those of us who can't resist a third helping of dessert (me!), that's probably a…

New – Top Five Humidifiers

With humidifier season fully upon us, we've put together our Top Five Humidifiers lists for each of our categories. A humidifier is an important tool for people to relieve the symptoms of dry indoor air that can aggravate asthma and…

Best Compact Humidifier? Anton by Stadler Form

With the response we've had to the adding the Stadler Form humidifiers to our offering, we decided to include another, Anton. Anton fits nicely in the line of humidifiers as a compact, lightweight, and easy-to-use humidifier, that's perfect for one…

Asthma’s Potential Impact on Pregnancy and Fertility

There are a variety of connections between allergic disease. Asthma linked allergies, eczema linked to asthma, etc. but one interesting relationship that has not been studied too much is the link between asthma and infertility. It has long been noted…

Bed Bugs? Dust Mites? What’s the Difference?

This week’s blog will not be as cute or cuddly as my previous blog. Today I’m going to discuss the difference between dust mites and bed bugs. I’ve had many calls and questions about dust mites and bed bugs and…

School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act, Now Law

In an increasingly rare display of bipartisan support, a new piece of legislation concerning food allergies has finally become law. On Wednesday, President Obama signed into law the School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act, the first law that encourages public…

Ask an Allergist – Round Three Allergy FAQ’s

As our most recent installment of Ask An Allergist, our partner, Dr. Frank Lichtenberger, answers questions about latex allergies as well as morning time coughing and sneezing for smokers. Take a look, and if you have questions you'd like us…

Made in the USA

Every day we field questions about where a product is made, and to help make things easier we've been slowly including the icon on the left to quickly let people know which products are made here in the States. To…

Fight the Cold and Flu Without ‘Antimicrobials’

With colder temperatures officially here, many of us are beginning to spend more time indoors. While during these colder fall and winter months, indoor air quality can become more of a concern, what many of us will focus on is…