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Secondhand Smoke in Apartment Buildings: Can You Make Your Neighbor Stop Puffing Inside?

Just because you keep your own apartment smoke-free doesn't mean that you're not still breathing in secondhand smoke from your neighbor. Cigarette smoke can easily seep into next-door apartments in multi-unit buildings, and millions of Americans are affected by this every day, according to a new study. But is there... Continue Reading »

The Bathroom Is the Most Dangerous Room in Your Home

Kitchen stoves can spark fires or gas leaks that lead to deadly explosions, and some living room glass tables have been known to spontaneously fracture. Sound scary enough? Well, those aren't the most dangerous situations you could find inside your home. The room where you're most at risk of injury (or even death)? The... Continue Reading »

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