We know that people spend up to 90% of their life indoors and 30% of this time may be in the bedroom. Infants and young children spend even longer than this. Integral to the designing of a well-functioning bedroom are the concepts of comfort, wellness and health but the bedroom can be rife with asthma and allergy triggers with the potential to impact on these concepts and turn a bedroom into a negative space.
An Interview with Diana Wyman, Executive Vice President at the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC).
The development of an allergy and asthma management plan is an important step in controlling exposure to allergens. But what kind of steps can be taken, and what kind of products should be used, or avoided?
Allergy Standards Limited (ASL) today announced that certain products in the AllerCot bedding line from Indo Count have passed the relevant Certification Standards.
ASL announced that the entire kit performance bedding line from Wicked Sheets have passed the relevant Certification Standards.
Join Dr. McKeon – Allergy Standards CEO – for an informative webinar entitled “A $10 Billion Market. How Can Your Products Get the Right Reaction?” on Wednesday, February 22 at 12:00 Noon EST.