7 Things In Your Home That Could Be Making You Sick
6 monthes ago - By HealthWorks Collective
The reason you and your family members are regularly sick could have nothing to do with poor immunity or unhealthy interactions with the outside world. There are several things around your home that might be causing you to get sick every once in a while.
So, if you or other people in your house regularly suffer from throat irritations, runny noses, skin rashes, headaches, and allergy-like problems , it might be time to look within and see what things might be bringing about these issues within your home.
1. Heating/Cooling System Vents
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