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Perception of Smelly Odors in the Restroom

Let's face it. Odors effect your bottom line. The perception of smell consists not only of the sensation of odors themselves but of the experiences and emotions associated these sensations. According to the Social Issues Research Centre (SIRC), smells can evoke strong emotional reactions. In surveys on reactions to odors,…

6 Ways the Common Cold and Flu Affect You

It’s that time of year again! Runny nose, sore throat, headaches, fatigue, sneezes – an those are just a few of the nasty symptoms associated with the common cold and flu. Every year, one billion colds strike people in the United States – sometimes a person can get sick 2…

How Clean is Your Plane? #ProtectMyPlane

Have you ever wondered if your plane was cleaned and disinfected properly after each flight? Sometimes an airline will delay a flight to get a plane properly cleaned. However, seats, tray tables and armrests are stilling crawling with potential bacteria and germs left from the previous flights. If you fly…

Executive Order for Flu Vaccine

How many of your colleagues had a cold or the flu in the past year? How about a family member? Your children? More often than not the answer is “too many”. Recent studies published by The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, indicate that workplace absenteeism is on the rise –…

Germs are Everywhere – Especially on an Airplane

Germs are everywhere. They can be in the air we breathe, the food we eat, or any surfaces we touch. Whether it's peak flu season or not, we're all exposed to many different viruses, bacteria and pathogens - especially while on an airplane sitting among 150+ people on average. Exercising…

5 Ways to Prevent Mold Growth

The very thought of the word “mold” can make anyone cringe. Yes, some mold can be good. In fact, this type of mold is a key component in making penicillin, or helping organic matter decompose. But it can also be very bad, especially when it is growing undetected in your…

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