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A waiter could be facing criminal charges after a man suffered a near-fatal allergic reaction to seafood at a restaurant.
Hunting for antiques and salvaged stone and wood is easy on the environment and the wallet. And done the right way, it’s smart for asthma, too. From Allergic Living magazine; to subscribe click here. Joanne Palmisano jokes that, for someone with serious allergies to dust and mold – not to mention horses, mice and more – she might […]
Originally published in Allergic Living magazine. Every summer, millions of North Americans experience the greatest hits of the allergy world: pervasive pollens, unexpected bee stings, food reactions at barbecues, or garden plants that give them the itch. But summer can also bite back in some highly unusual ways. With the help of two top allergy pros, Pennsylvania allergist […]
Allergic Living’s primer on how to brighten your walls and your world – without the toxic VOCs. Originally published in our Summer 2014 magazine. When it comes to sprucing up your home, nothing gives you more bang for your buck than a fresh coat of paint- but if you or others in your household have asthma or sensitivity to chemicals, […]
Originally published in the Summer 2014 magazine. People spend hours choosing the perfect paint color; but how to choose the perfect paint? Allergic Living turned to the eco-pros, including California architect Eric Corey Freed of organicARCHITECT and Health Product Delaration Collaborative technical director Eden Brukman, for their faves. Synthetic No-VOC Pros: Low-odor; widely available; huge range of colors; applies […]
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The maker of Pine-Sol, Tilex, S.O.S. and more will start listing ingredients of scents found in its products online