If you suffer from hay fever each summer or you have allergic asthma, an air purifier could help create a more comfortable home environment for you. Even with lockdown restrictions...
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Smartwatches and fitness trackers are designed to stay on our wrists all the time: while we're getting sweaty during exercise, while we're sleeping, in some cases while we're swimming - and they can get up to 30 times dirtier than a toilet seat. Find out how to clean your wearable device without damaging it.
Google ‘houseplants for indoor air pollution’ and you’ll find many home decor websites, online shops and cute Pinterest and Instagram accounts touting the benefits of houseplants for purifying your air. ...
The dangers of outdoor air pollution have been well-publicised. But the air we breathe indoors also impacts massively on our health. Now that we’re forced to spend much more time...
Find out how an air purifier can and can't help you during the coronavirus pandemic, and discover the ways in which you can improve your indoor air quality now that you're obliged to spend more time at home.
Gyms and leisure centres are now closed, but you can still find ways to stay active. A fitness tracker or smartwatch can help you stick to a routine, keep track of goals and challenge you to hit targets.
Wearables are getting serious about health - and the ability to track heart rate monitoring is becoming the norm. But which ones can you rely on to do that accurately, which ones go beyond that to offer more sophisticated heart health features and how can you use your wearable to get the best out of it?
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