Each year, we see the growing effects of climate change — from floods to droughts to glacial melting. Weather extremes, poor air quality, and diseases threaten the world around us. The good news is, we aren’t helpless.
Spring break season has officially begun. For many people, this is a time to travel and take a break from work, school, or both. Unfortunately for asthma- and allergy-sufferers, spring break isn’t exactly a break. In fact, traveling with allergies and asthma can prove to be hard work. Luckily, there are multiple mobile phone apps available to make traveling with allergies and asthma a little easier:
Like most people, I am always looking for ways to save money, take advantage of tax rebates, and be a better global citizen. Recently, I found this awesome website that is filled with advice, information, and resources for helping make your home more energy efficient. EnergySavvy.com is a comprehensive website created to help people find the answers they are looking for regarding home energy use.
Your pet isn’t just a potential source for allergies — in fact, your furry friend might be an allergy- sufferer as well. If your pet scratches or sheds incessantly, vomits, or has chronic respiratory problems, he or she may have an allergy.
Cats, dogs, ferrets, birds, and other animals can be allergic to many of the same things that humans are, such as dust, dust mites, pollen, mold, and certain foods. Other significant allergy triggers for pets are fleas and flea saliva.