Asthma Season is Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall

When your child has asthma, it’s rough. Every changing season can play havoc with their symptoms, as climate change shifts...

Hayward Score Staff | July 3, 2019

6 Steps to Minimize Dust at Home

Dust is a common sight in any home, and it naturally gathers on top of shelves, tables, or counters as the days pass. It can be...

Hayward Score Staff | July 1, 2019

Managing Asthma Through Integrated Pest Management

Pests: A Common Asthma Trigger Pests can range from a nuisance to a serious health concern. They can carry disease-causing...

Hayward Score Staff | June 26, 2019

How to Control Asthma in Cold Weather

Do you avoid leaving the house when it’s cold outside? Asthma sufferers understand more than others that a change in...

Joe Medosch | March 11, 2019

Cook Up a Healthy New Year!

Cooking healthfully is important year-round, but may be taking center stage as your New Year’s Resolutions kick into high gear!...

Dana Sundblad | January 2, 2019

The Truth About Scented Candles

The Impact of Fragranced Products For many people, home wouldn’t be the same without scents from candles, room sprays,...

Dana Sundblad | December 3, 2018

Is Indoor Air Worsening Your Asthma?

What is Asthma? Asthma is a serious, sometimes life-threatening chronic respiratory disease that affects the quality of life for...

Dana Sundblad | November 30, 2018

Christmas Tree Chemicals You Didn’t Know About

While your Christmas tree probably doesn’t need a warning label – bringing either a real or artificial Christmas tree...

Dana Sundblad | November 23, 2018

How to Deal With Asthma When Living With Pets

“I have asthma, can I keep my pet?” Every animal-loving family with an asthmatic member has asked the same question....

Dana Sundblad | October 11, 2018

Outdoor Allergens Can Be An Even Bigger Problem Indoors!

Reviewed: November 7, 2019 Scientific American recently reported that “sneezing, watery eyes and runny noses from seasonal...

Hayward Score Staff | May 31, 2018
Indoor Air can be more poluted

did you know

Indoor air can be 5x more polluted than outside affecting allergies, asthma, concentration, sleep quality and more.