A study by the well-regarded The New England Journal of Medicine debunks a common misperception that a home with carpeting leads to a higher level of allergens in children relative to one with a hard surface. Furthermore – and not surprisingly – the Inner-City Asthma Study found that allergy preponderance decreased with a cleaner environment and less tobacco smoke. These results support the long held beliefs of the carpet industry that carpeting does not increase allergy symptoms Read Full Post +

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