Going Cold In The Middle Of A Laundry Load: Why Your Dryer Stops Heating And What To Do About It

21 December 2015
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Does your clothes dryer work just fine when you first throw a load of laundry in but stop heating after a period of time? Are you tired of listening to its tumbler rotate and blow only to open its door and find a cold, wet stack of garments? Before you rush out and buy a new dryer that doesn't quit halfway through its job, you should know that it, too, will likely succumb to this problem shortly after you get it up and running. Read More 

Does Your Baby Have Infantile Eczema? Learn About Atopic March & How To Control It

30 June 2015
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If your little one has recently been diagnosed with infantile eczema, or you feel that he or she may have this condition, there is one important thing to understand about how it relates to asthma and allergies. It's called the atopic march. Here's what you need to know and ways you can protect your baby with a central air conditioner, a dehumidifier, and surface cleaning. Infantile eczema & atopic march Read More