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Lessening indoor pollution

posted May 18, 2016, 7:58 AM by Ann Lee
According to a study out of the University of Surrey and published in the journal Science of the Total Environment, there are various sources of pollution that have a negative effect on air quality.  Many are found inside our homes and offices.  From cooking residue to paints, varnishes, and fungal spores- the air we breathe indoors can be more polluted than outside.  Those who spend a lot of time inside are more prone to the 'Sick Building Syndrome,' which can range from fatigue, severe allergies, and brain fog.  Simple solutions can include opening windows, and reducing toxic exposures in the home.