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To Mask Or Not to Mask…

To Mask Or Not to Mask…

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks in most indoor and outdoor settings, while still following federal, state, and local rules. After 14 months of pandemic precautions, people...
Relief from Pet Allergies!

Relief from Pet Allergies!

For someone who suffers from pet allergies, the decision to not own a cat or dog sounds like a pretty simple solution…right? Not necessarily. An estimated 62% of U.S. households have a pet and up to 30% of Americans are negatively affected by pet allergies. Animal...
April Showers Bring…Allergies?

April Showers Bring…Allergies?

Spring has sprung, which means we’ll be seeing a combination of sunny days, rainy days, and of course…allergies. If you’re prone to persistent asthma or allergies due to high levels of pollen grains in the air, questions you may ask yourself are, “Do I want it to...
Benefits of Breathing Through Your Nose

Benefits of Breathing Through Your Nose

It’s estimated that about 30-50% of adults regularly breathe through their mouth. Unfortunately, mouth-breathing is linked to long-term health concerns such as tooth decay, gum inflammation, ingestion of unfiltered air (including allergen particles), sleep apnea, and...
Mold Allergies

Mold Allergies

Let’s start off by saying not all mold is bad. Mold and fungus tend to have negative connotations, but mold is also responsible for penicillin and blue cheese! Yeasts and fungi are used to make bread, beer, and wine. Some types of mushrooms are considered...