Archives for April 2013

Indoor Air Quality, Part II

Indoor Air Quality, Part I provides a list of questions to ask to help you determine if poor indoor air quality (IAQ) might be a problem in your workplace. If it is a problem and you’ve seen your doctor, consider the following steps for improving the … [Read more...]

How To Find Your Dominant Eye

Your dominant eye is the one your brain favors when it process visual input. Most people instinctively use their dominant eye when looking through a telescope, aiming a weapon or looking through a camera's viewfinder. If you're not sure which eye … [Read more...]

Indoor Air Quality, Part I

Take a deep breath and hold for 5 seconds. Slowly release that breath to a count of 5. Breathe in and out like that for a total of 5 repetitions. Relaxing, right? The extra oxygen you just gave your brain a needed energy boost. Unfortunately, you … [Read more...]

Promoting Youth Sports Safety

No one likes sustaining a sports injury. But worse yet, especially for a parent, is when a child gets injured. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to prevent this sometimes heart-dropping experience. And with April being Youth Sports Safety … [Read more...]