Creating a Safe and Healthy Playroom

April 7, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 1 Comment 

Playing with Q

The house is the whole family’s abode, but each family member needs a turf of his or her own. And when it comes to infants and toddlers, the playroom is their territory. In creating playrooms, safety and health are key elements to consider.

So how do you create a safe and healthy playroom for your tots?

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What is Indoor Air Quality?

March 17, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · Comment 

waffle ironSome people may still be unaware, but the quality of air inside homes or offices may even be worse than the air outside. Reports say that indoor air quality can be 10 times worse than the air outdoors. This can be attributed to the fact that contained and tight spaces enable more pollutant build up than open spaces. And since people spend most of their time indoors, health risks caused by pollutants and degraded indoor air quality are becoming a huge concern.

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The Anatomy of Asthma

March 9, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 43 Comments 

Take My Breath Away

More than 22 million Americans have asthma. Asthma is the inflammation of the airways, which results to shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, and chest tightness. Treating asthma involves 2 basic medications – control drugs, and quick-relief drugs.

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