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Studies show that over 20% of the population is affected by allergies or asthma. Irritants can be topical, such as a particular cleanser, internal, such as a certain food product, or airborne, such as pet dander or pollen. Two of these three can be mitigated with specific precautions – if you are allergic to a cleaning product, you use something else. If you are intolerant to peanuts, you avoid foods that contain them. But the airborne variety is quite a bit tougher – you can’t stop breathing! And those who suffer from asthma know all too well that it may not take much to trigger an attack – even common dust can be the antagonist.
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The home automation market offers nearly as many choices of equipment and capabilities as a grocery store does in terms of food. A common mistake is to set yourself up with a pre-conceived notion of what you should have. The Smiths can make all their lights turn on from their phone, and the Johnsons literally talk to their house to make things happen. Their friends have a system that can adjust lighting based on the time of day, and these friends cousin can control their heating and air conditioning while on vacation in Florida. That is all fantastic, but would be akin to going to that grocery store without a list, then trying to piece together a recipe based on what you’ve sampled at a number of different dinner occasions.