Easy Life Style

Better Housekeeping

  • Throw out as much of the wall to wall carpeting as you can bear to part with. It is injurious to everyone's health, even though it's comforting to bare feet and looks pretty. Carpets clean our shoes. Modern shoes, with their deep treads, bring in......More

Better Kitchen Habits

  • Once a day, sterilize the sponge or cloth you use to wipe up the table, counter tops and sink. This little piece of contaminated cloth is the most infectious thing in the house, besides the toilet. It's more dangerous than the toilet because you......More

Better Laundry Habits

  • Boil your underwear. In long-ago days, all sheets, towels, table cloths, and underwear were separated and boiled. With the convenience of our electric washing machine, we tend to overlook the fact that underwear is always contaminated by fecal......More

Easy Lifestyle Improvements

  • None of us likes to change a habit. But once it is changed you are back to an automatic way of doing something. By selecting wise habits your improved lifestyle pays you back for the rest of your life. ...More

Getting Rid of Mites

  • We do not tolerate external parasites like bedbugs, lice, ticks, leeches. Bedbugs were once a scourge amongst northern Europeans. I remember our parents spraying for them (kerosene) in the bedroom. This only “controlled” them. What......More

Living Hand To Mouth

  • Hands do everything. They pick up things from the floor. They handle money. They touch other peoples' hands. They clean up bottoms. They touch all kinds of door knobs. And then they pick up food to eat. Some people even lick their fingers when......More

What Kind Of Heat

  • The worst is coal. The best is none. Breathing coal fumes during the beginning of the industrial age may have brought the new lung diseases: tuberculosis (TB), and pneumonia. It may also have worsened alcohol addiction (beryllium toxicity). Choose......More

Windows Open Or Closed?

  • In places like Chicago where you can smell the air as you approach the city, it is wiser to keep your windows shut. You can't breath the industrial “soup” all day and night and expect to stay healthy. Of course, it all enters the houses......More

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