Some homeless Suncoast families were looking for another place to stay Thursday night after being forced out of their dorms at the Sarasota Salvation Army.
A few families staying at Sarasota's Salvation Army building on 10th Street were being forced out Wednesday night -- but it's for their own safety.
PALMETTO, FLA. – Built in 1964, the Palmetto Police Station has seen better days.
(StatePoint) What's growing on your windows? If you have wood windows, or even dirty window sills, the answer could be mold.
Pumpkins, hay bales and cornstalks are a great way to get into the fall spirit, but, mold allergies can really put a damper on all the fun.
Maintain the health of your home with spring mold and mildew intervention
Perhaps the most important item on your spring cleaning list this year is lurking in a musty corner of your basement or on the back of your house. Though most of us prefer not to think that we share our homes with mold and mildew, the reality is that mold can strike any home, new or old, in any area, dry or arid. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) asserts that all types of mold have the potential to cause some health issue, making mold a structural and health liability for your home and everyone inside it.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government is warning consumers to inspect Fisher-Price Newborn Rock `N Play Sleepers due to risk of exposure to mold for infants who use them.
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NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — A southwest Florida prosthetist is offering to provide an artificial eye to a 3-year-old Mississippi girl mauled by her grandfather's pit bulls.
(BPT) - Remodeling a bathroom can increase the value of your home but short-sighted planning can wash projects down the drain.
(BPT) - Thinking of sprucing up your home for spring? You’re not alone; one in three homeowners say they’ll take on at least one home improvement project in the first half of 2014, according to a recent survey by Burst Media. And it turns out, freshening your home for spring is a smart investment.
(NAPSI)—Seven million children in the United States have asthma and more than half of them will experience an asthma attack this year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)—but a few simple steps can make a difference. Asthma, the CDC says, causes children to miss 11 million school days a year, and African American and Hispanic children are disproportionately affected. But there’s good news. There are ways to manage your child’s asthma and help prevent attacks before they happen.
(StatePoint) While most people can tolerate some clutter and dust in their home, a grungy bathroom is another story. Ironically, the room devoted to personal cleanliness is often rife with bacteria, mold and mildew -- even if it looks spotless.
(ARA) - Spring-like temperatures arrived early this year, and with them came early allergy symptoms for many: itchy throats and eyes, stuffy noses, sneezing, teary eyes and more. These developments come on the heels of the fourth warmest winter since record keeping began, according to the U.S. National Climatic Data Center.
(Family Features) Warm weather means the start of training season for many people – whether that’s preparing for a race or simply beginning a routine of regular biking or swimming. One food that many athletes are adding to their training regimen is tart cherries.
(Family Features) Long hailed as sweetly satisfying, watermelon may not be the first tasty fruit that comes to mind when you're thinking nutrition. But in fact, watermelon is not only a perfect on-the-go snack to satisfy your sweet tooth, it's also incredibly healthy.
Almost seven million of us will be rushed to the E.R. for a broken bone, at some point in our lives.
MANATEE COUNTY - Residents in an east Manatee County community say they've been living in deplorable conditions for months, some for years, due to the poor construction of their townhomes.
(NAPSI)—According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Americans spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors, where air pollution levels can be two to five times higher than outdoor levels. Common indoor pollutants, including molds and allergens, volatile organic chemicals, formaldehyde and carbon monoxide, can cause headaches, asthma, allergies and irritation. In order to create a safe, healthy home, consider the following tips: