Indoor air pollution is a real and present danger to our health. Dust, pollen, smoke, mold spores, pet dander and other small particles can easily become airborne and circulate around our homes and workplaces, raising the risk of respiratory problems, allergies and other health concerns. In some cases, indoor air pollution can be even more harmful than outdoor air pollution. This is because we tend to spend more time indoors, where pollutants can build up to higher levels. Additionally, many indoor spaces are not well ventilated, further exacerbating the problem. There are a number of ways to combat indoor air pollution, and you’ll learn about them here.
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