• Danger Sign
    Cleaning,  Security

    7 Ways to Monitor Your Home to Detect Harmful Toxins

    Many homeowners are already aware that their homes have a significant number of toxic materials. Many of those who don’t know are scary about the idea or the thought of having poisonous and harmful elements in their homes. Much fear has been created and hyped by social media platforms and the mainstream media. There is the argument that most of the materials in homes are very harmful and can easily cause serious health complications.

  • Stomach Ache
    Diet,  Health Literacy

    What’s Causing Your Upset Stomach?

    Maybe you woke up in the morning with a stomach ache or a rumbling tummy, or maybe you ate something and quickly thereafter your stomach started to feel upset. An upset stomach can mean many things to many people, from simply having indigestion to having diarrhea. What type of upset stomach you are having it's likely you really want to know the culprit it if you don't already.

  • Mosquito Bite
    Health Literacy

    How to Treat Various Bug Bites at Home

    Unless provoked, most insects rarely attack humans. Most of the stings and bites are usually for defense purposes. Insects mostly sting in order to protect their nests or hives when accidentally disturbed or touched. This therefore means that one should take care so as not to approach or disturb the nests and hives. Initial contact with the sting may be painful and usually leads to an allergic reaction which is as a result of the venom left in the skin.

  • Common Quail. Photo by Guérin Nicolas. License: CC-BY-SA-3.0.

    Top 5 Poisonous Pets

    Before you go looking out for a series of deathly deadly pets to fill your home, it is important to know the difference between poisonous and venomous animals. Here, Mike James discusses the top five poisonous pets, and what makes them special / dangerous / good pets!