Healthy Home Flooring Quiz Sweepstakes 2021

Healthy Home Flooring Quiz Sweepstakes

OFFICIAL RULES

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The Healthy Home Flooring Quiz Sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”) begins on September 23, 2021 at 12:01 AM Mountain Time (“MT”) and ends on October 7, 2021 at 11:59 PM MT (“Promotion Period”). The time will be determined by Sponsor’s timekeeping systems. Sponsor will have the sole discretion in determining the timeliness of any action or inaction related to this Sweepstakes. All times mentioned in these Official Rules are Mountain Time unless expressly noted otherwise.

Open only to legal U.S. residents who are at least 18 years of age or the age of majority in their state of residence, whichever is older, as of date of entry and reside in Arizona in the KNXV-TV viewing area. Void wherever prohibited by law and outside the listed viewing area. Individuals who

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4 Summer Indoor Air Quality Tips for Your Healthy Home

Cooling the air inside your home isn’t the only thing you should consider this summer. As you turn on your fans and blast your air conditioners, you’ll need to keep your summer indoor air quality top of mind, says John McKeon, MD, CEO of Allergy Standards, a company that certifies home goods and appliances as allergy and asthma friendly for the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA).

“You have to be a bit of a detective and look at all the parameters because there are lots of things that contribute to healthy indoor air,” says Dr. McKeon. While winter brings its own host of indoor air quality issues, summer indoor air quality issues may be impacting your well-being. “Anything from the environment you live in, to your air conditioner could be making your air dry.”

Tips for good indoor air quality throughout the summer

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How a Radio Host, Broadcasting Live From Home, Spends Sundays

“The United States of Anxiety” seems like the perfect title for a radio program these days. Since the shutdown, Kai Wright has led the WNYC show — which takes on hot-button social issues, from racism to gun control, often providing a historical perspective — live from his home in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn.

This, of course, produces its own anxieties.

“In the studio, if something goes wrong, you have an engineer there,” said Mr. Wright, 47. His crash course in audio production takes place in the converted guest room of a rowhouse he shares with his boyfriend, Jedd Flanscha, 39, a graphic designer for UNICEF.

COFFEE, TWITTER I wake up between 7 and 8 a.m., and then I’m at my desk, taking in that we’re going to be live that night. First thing I have to figure out is, is the world still the same? Or has it changed overnight? I

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Why Mom of Texas Boy, 11, Who Died of Suspected Hypothermia Says She ‘Can’t’ Return to Home Where He Died

GoFundMe Cristian Pavon Pineda

The mother of a Texas boy, believed to have died in his sleep of hypothermia after his home lost power due to an unprecedented winter storm, is struggling to understand how the happy, healthy son she kissed goodnight on Monday is now gone.

On Tuesday morning, just hours after playing in the snow for the first time in his young life, Cristian Pavon Pineda, 11, was found unresponsive under a pile of blankets.

“When he saw the snow, he was happy,” his mother, Maria Elisa Pineda, who moved to Texas from Honduras over two years ago, recalls to PEOPLE in Spanish.

“He slammed a door and the snow fell on his head and he was laughing so much. We were taking all these photos of him in the snow,” she adds of her son.

After playing outside, Pineda says her son went to bed around 10

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