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Humidifiers are very handy in winter to return moisture to dry heated air in the home. However it’s important to choose the right one and maintain it properly.



When the weather gets cold and we turn on the heat inside to stay warm, the air can become excessively dry, especially when the building has an electric heating system. The dry air seeks out what humidity there is inside. If the only sources of humidity are your skin, throat or nose, then the dry air will dry them, increasing your chances of contracting a cold or the flu.
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