Chronic conditions, which are persistent and hard to get rid, can limit what a person is able to do, and they include a wide array of diseases and disorders. So how do you keep a home safe for someone with a chronic condition?
They're supposed to make your home smell like a spring day. But there's nothing fresh about low-grade pollutants. Do air fresheners lighten the scent in the air, or do their cancer-causing chemicals bog down people?
Home accidents are one of the leading causes of death among children and injuries among adults. In many cases, these accidents can be avoided by taking simple precautions. Learn how to prevent accidents in your home.
Storms are a routine occurrence no matter where you live. We generally take them in stride, but they are capable of doing great harm to life and property. Follow these tips on being prepared for storms.
In places where uranium is common in the soil, radon is a popular topic of discussion. Even though radon is "completely natural," it can be a real health hazard. Learn how radon forms and why it is so dangerous.