For many people, cracked lips, bloody noses and dry sinuses are synonymous with winter, thanks to dry indoor air resulting from central heating units. Humidifiers can ease these symptoms for many people; however, it’s important to use caution to avoid unexpected problems. Using a Humidifier in Winter While humidifiers are especially helpful for dry skin and sinuses, they can actually …Read Full Article
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