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Thank Your School Nurse

This is School Nurses Week, and there’s no better time to take time to appreciate our school nurses. According to the National Association of School Nurses, the work of these amazing professionals helps improve student attendance and academics, keeps teachers healthy and schools up to par. Let’s make their jobs...

Tackling Indoor Allergens

The list of common indoor allergens isn’t pretty, ranging from dust mite excretion to pollen, pet dander, and dead skin, and in extreme cases, cockroaches, mold spores and mildew. Cleaning your home is one of the easiest things you can do to help reduce allergy or asthma flare ups (and...

Keep Triggers at Bay on World Asthma Day

The sun is shining, the birds are chirping…and, unfortunately, springtime allergens and asthma triggers have come out to play, too. Our windows are open, and we’re spending more time outside which means that pollen (that dogs and cats can track in, too) is making its way inside our homes. One...