Archives: Crucial Health

Sep 1 2015

Back to School Tips for Keeping Your Kids Healthy

back to school kindergartenAs the college kids flock from the nest, we still have our young elementary school kids getting ready to go back to school. At this point, you’re no longer worried about dorm cleanliness; we’re worried about making sure our kids stay healthy!

As most teachers often admit, the classroom is certainly a cesspool of germs and bacteria that can certainly infect your child and soon get the whole family sick.

So we at Crucial Vacuum have some valuable tips for you on how to keep your kids healthy as they head back to school. Continue reading »

Aug 25 2015

Six Health Benefits of Coffee Drinking

health benefits of coffee

Most of the world enjoys coffee, and more than enough of them drink it daily to get them through the day, but did you know that there are health benefits of coffee?

From numerous doctors and collegiate studies, there’s a flood of benefits by having your daily brew!

Coffee is a Healthy Source of Antioxidants

According to researchers at the University of Scranton, coffee is actually the number one sources of antioxidants in the United States.

What this means is that antioxidants in your cup of coffee provides oxidation for the cells in your body, keeping your body healthy.

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Jul 1 2015

10 Firework Safety Tips for the 4th of July


Did you know on average over 200 people are treated for fireworks-related injuries in the month of July every year? Crucial Vacuum is always about having a good time, but we’re also big advocates of safety.

The 4th of July is right around the corner. Besides celebrating our independence and cooking on the grill we’re all bound to see some fireworks.

So this 4th of July use these safety tips to make sure the good times keep rolling all weekend and no one ends up at the hospital.

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May 13 2015

How to Allergy-Proof Your Home

Allergy-proof-your-homeDealing with allergies? You’re not alone.

Nearly 20% of the population suffers from the same scratchy throat, watery eyes and stuffy nose. Medications can help with relieving some of your allergies but there are other steps you can take to help remove allergens. Use these tips to help allergy-proof your home and battle those symptoms many of us know all too well.

What are you allergic to? 

The first step in removing allergens in your home is to find out what exactly you are allergic to. You can do this by visiting an allergist who will be able to give you an idea as to what to avoid. The most common type of allergies consist of pollen, pet dander, dust and mold. Once you find this out you can take these next steps to allergy-proofing your home. Continue reading »

Apr 14 2015

Solutions for Dealing with Ticks this Summer


Who couldn’t use some solutions for dealing with ticks now that the warm weather is here?

We all know what ticks are and lets face it they’re terrible little parasites that plague any outdoor activity we may have in mind. They also suck blood, which adds another level of creepiness to them. Its important to take preemptive measures in avoiding ticks year round, but they are most active come spring and summer time. These solutions for dealing with ticks will have you enjoying the warmer months and staying worry free. So before you allow some bloodsucking parasite onto your body give this blog post a read and stay safe.


Dress the Part

Whenever you’re outside, especially in a wooded area, it’s important to dress appropriately to avoid contact with these little monsters. Wear light-colored clothing. This will help you identify any tick on your body easily. Ticks love hair and fur, in the case of pets, hopefully you don’t have fur, but hey who am I to judge. Anyway, since ticks love hair be sure to wear a hat. Tuck your shirt into your pants and your pants into your socks. It may not be fashionable but neither is Lyme disease. You’ll be thankful. Continue reading »