Asthma-Proof Your Home

Nearly 20 million Americans have asthma. You need to asthma-proof your home to fight this disease.[1] Remove all carpeting. Encase your mattress, box spring, and pillows in airtight vinyl covers. Eliminate water leaks to decrease humidity. Dust frequently with special cloths that prevent dust from scattering. Purchase salt lamps to create negative ions in each room of the house.

Create an asthma-proof home today, especially if you or your loved ones suffer from this disease.

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Dr. Kim

[1]http://www.webmd.com/asthma/allergy-asthma-proof-home
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