Thanks Pat! I believe this is a very good roundup, especially since I just recovered from an asthma attack myself. I wish you the best with your site.
With 55% of Americans testing positive for reaction to one or more allergens, awareness of potential sensitivities and reactions can help generate positive outcomes sooner, before problems become severe and/or chronic. I can speak from personal experience and say that sometimes it’s easy to overlook potential sources of allergens unless you’ve been alerted to them. (I’ve even met someone with “Sick Building Syndrome”, which is its own form of sensitivity!)
I’ve been working to gather up some informative web resources for my site at Public Health Corps, and I came across your page (here: https://ruthwinterinsights.com/). I wanted to reach out with a handful that I think would round out your offerings, and so I’m inviting you to share them with your audience.
Household Chemicals Chart: What’s In My House?
Basement Mold Removal
NIEHS Allergens & Irritants Guide
Guide to Common Allergies
Skin Allergies – ACAAI
The Guide to Animal and Insect Allergen-Free Homes
Food Allergies and Eczema
It’s my sincere hope that this information will be useful to you and, in turn, your site visitors. If that’s incorrect, please let me know in an email response and I will be sure to leave you off any future outreach effort