When it comes to keeping your house safe and clean, indoor air quality probably isn’t one of the first things that comes to mind – but it’s certainly one of the most important. Are you doing enough to maintain healthy and clean indoor air in your home?

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Most people are aware of outdoor air pollution. It gets a lot of attention and scrutiny from the media and general public. But what if someone told you that indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air?

Over the past few years, the EPA reports that multiple studies indicate air within homes and other buildings is more dangerous than outdoor air in even the largest and most industrialized urban areas.

“Other research indicates that people spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. Thus, for many people, the risks to health may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors,” the EPA explains.

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If you suffer with neck pain after sleeping, you are not alone. Millions of people report occasional neck pain when they arise from sleep. 

While some of the causes of chronic neck pain are related to age and wear and tear on your neck and spine, occasional, or acute neck pain occurs mostly because of your sleep position. On the other hand, if you suffer with chronic neck pain for other reasons, sleeping in the proper position may still help to reduce or eliminate your neck pain. 

Let’s have a look at how you are sleeping and what effect it may be having on your neck pain.

The Best Sleep Positions for Neck Pain

According to Harvard Health Publishing, the two sleeping positions that are best for your neck include sleeping on your side or your back. 

Back sleepers require a rounded style pillow that will support the neck’s natural curve while the cushioning around your head remains flat. You can get a special neck pillow with built-in neck support with a head rest indentation or tuck a neck roll inside your pillowcase with your soft, flat pillow. 

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Instagram was created as a visual social media platform exclusively for sharing photos and videos, but it has evolved into much more over the past eight years.

Because of its visual nature, this social media channel allows you to reach out to a dynamic audience, but how do you do that? 

These are tried and true techniques to help you grow your Instagram account and engage with more people regardless of your purpose.

1. Regular Posts – Sharing regular posts is vital to growing your profile. Avoid posting too many images in a day, but one to three is acceptable and will be efficient enough to drive growth.

2. Consistent Content – People following your account do so because they want to see more of your images and/or videos. For instance, if you share images of dogs and cats, your audience wants to see a consistent, but not annoying flow of your images every day.

3. Share-Worthy Images – Pay attention to which images get shared most often. When you see tags like “@instagramuser, you’ve gotta see this picture”, your images are getting seen by potential followers.

4. Engage & Follow – Look for people who are interested in your niche by looking at your competition. See who is following them, follow them and get followers back. Look for active users who engage, respond, and add value. Your interaction must also add value. 

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It’s been fifteen years since Roswell first ended its run on the WB and UPN after a successful three seasons. Now, the CW has good news for fans across the globe - they’re bringing the cult sci-fi series back to life.

Leading the charge that has fans racing to mark their calendars is Lawrence Bender. A producer with decades of some of the world’s favorite films credited to his name, Bender is executive producing the series alongside Kevin Kelly Brown, an EP on the original series, and co-production partners from Amblin TV.

The original Roswell series was developed, produced and co-written by Jason Katims, who has since gone on to create shows including Friday Night Lights, Parenthood, About A Boy and Rise. The show first debuted in October 1999 and continued on until May 2002.

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