If you’re planning to have children, you should know how to keep them safe from pests and diseases, says a new book.
“If you want to make your home a healthy home, you have to know how,” the book, Good Housekeeping, explains.
The book also explains how to avoid the potential for mould to develop.
It explains how housekeeping tips, from keeping your house neat and tidy to ensuring your fridge is kept clean, can help protect your home.
In addition to a healthy diet, the book recommends you check the air and water quality in your home, as well as taking steps to keep rodents away from your children.
Good Housekeeping has been published by Wiley-Blackwell and has been a bestseller in the UK and the US.
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