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Old 06-20-2019, 02:20 AM
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My wife asked me to but a humidifier saying it would help our baby cure a cough..Is she right? Does it prevent illness?

So I read a few articles about pros and cons using these humidifiers for babies and found out to avoid further problems in the future it's better to purchase a high-quality stuff to avoid air to be overwetted! Also, I got that using tap water is prohibited because of the high number of dangerous bacterials. I though it's better to spend time for deep look up for the first and for the last time, so that's what I did. I was faced with several cases where these humidifiers indeed helped kids treat a cold and feel much more better afterwards! And I was advised to look up here https://www.evababygear.com/best-baby-humidifier/ to view the most popular modern devices and order the most suitable one!

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Old 06-21-2019, 10:44 AM
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What is the age of your home? What condition is the roof in? What type of Heating/AC system do you have? Have you also considered some type of air filtration? Where and near what is the home located?
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Old 06-24-2019, 12:11 AM
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What is the age of your home? What condition is the roof in? What type of Heating/AC system do you have? Have you also considered some type of air filtration? Where and near what is the home located?
The house is 15+ y.o. in a good condition (we did some upgrades several years ago). We've got radiant heating (also recently checked and upgraded). The is a park and a river in a block away.
Air filtration? Isn't it much more expensive?
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Old 06-29-2019, 01:47 PM
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I would find a company that specializes in indoor air pollution. Have them come do a survey. Infants have lungs that are still developing. In addition to needing a correct humidity they are susceptible to many airborne factors.
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