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How To Fight Childhood Allergies With An Eco-Friendly Nursery!

It seems as though allergy sufferers are growing in numbers, as most families will have some experience in it now, or in the future. Runny noses, coughs, and rashes are rampant, as is asthma. Unfortunately, it can go way beyond an inconvenient sniffle, and be quite dangerous.   Contributing factors and irritants to allergies are dust, pollen, and even chemicals. The bad news is that chemicals are found ...

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Use Recycled Materials For Green Patio Decor

You can easily update your patio without having to break the bank. There are many different projects that you can do on your own with materials that you already have in your own home. By recycling materials in your home, you will clear some clutter indoors and create a beautiful space outdoors. All you need is to plan ahead and set aside some time to work on your projects. Here are some tips and projects fo ...

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Waste Management: An Important Part Of Daily Life

Society and Waste Management We live in a society which undeniably produces more trash than any other to date. Think about how many things you throw away in a day, and how many bags of garbage you put outside every week. If you feel like you are taking the trash out every single day, it is probably because you are. Many retail and food items are packaged in an unnecessary amount of paper and plastic. These ...

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Cali Goes Green With Solar Panels

Cali goes Green with Solar Panels Every day, there is something in the media that mentions “going green” or highlights green initiatives in some way. Many people are embracing this concept out of respect for the environment, or because they choose to be more economical with their spending. One aspect of the green initiative that is becoming more widespread, globally, is the use of solar energy. Nationally, ...

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Get Fit And Cycle To Work

After the amazing performance of team GB cyclists at the Olympics and the triumph of Bradley Wiggins in the tour de France, cycling in Britain has never been more popular. You don't have to be an elite athlete to enjoy cycling and one of the best things about owning a bike is being able to use it to cycle to work. By leaving the car at home or by not having to use public transport to commute to work you rea ...

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Living With Ants Is No Picnic – 3 Tips To Get Rid Of Ants Without Chemicals

I don’t know anyone who is having luck with their allergies this year, even me. Usually I’m immune to things like pollen and pet dander, but even beautiful days find me suffering from symptoms like sneezing and watery eyes. As an avid outdoorsman, this sudden rush of allergy symptoms has given me a case of the blues. My family doctor referred me to an allergist who was able to pinpoint some of the issues, o ...

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Energy Efficient Improvements You Shouldn’t Live Without

Improving one’s home and making it a better place to live is the desire of every human being. Everyone wants their home to look beautiful and for this purpose improvements are continuously being made. Most improvements however require a substantial monetary investment, not to mention it’s time consuming nature if done right. However, there are ways to make you living environment friendlier. You can change t ...

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Recycle & Save | 7 Electrical Components Worth Re-Using

Electronic appliances and devices are now a common occurrence in our daily lives. In fact, you will find it near impossible to enter a house and not be surrounded. With electronics a company churning out new technology on a daily basis the junk is slowly mounting, and so should be your concern… Image courtesy of http://www.chrissatchwell.com/ Fact behind the technology While people are enjoying the benefits ...

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The World’s Best Plastic Recyclers

It isn’t that long ago that we didn’t have a clue about recycling.   When I was at school 20 years ago, recycling was very much a myth of the hippy-vegan stereotype, and something you only did if you wore open toed sandals with socks.   I don’t know what happened between then and now, but it look likes some forward thinking has been going on. Image by timtak Plastic has always been one of the most ...

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Ways To Reuse Corrugated Boards And Packing Plastic

If more people would stop to consider what they can recycle and use within their home environment, without becoming a hoarder, it would be wonderful. What the individual cannot use and does not want to keep for a rainy day, can be professionally recycled at drop-off recycling bins. Cardboard is one item that is used daily in millions of ways that one could not begin to imagine. Below he or she will find at ...

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