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Indoor air quality
Even though we are less likely to face life-threatening indoor air pollution in the US compared to developing countries, air quality is still a key issue that we should be aware of, especially since we spend a good amount of time inside our home and office. Common household items such as furniture and particle board can release low levels of formaldehyde while plastics, paints, and furniture release benzene. These types of air toxins can lead to health problems such as itchy eyes, drowsiness, respiratory and sinus congestion, headaches, allergies, and even cancer with long-term, high exposures. Letting fresh air in to ventilate and filter out stale, dusty air can go a long way, but there are a few other things that you can do to improve the air quality of your home.View the website
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