Sunday, January 22, 2012

Indoor air pollution health

  • Whether its smog or tiny particles of pollution, Americans face the bulk of their health risks from bad air inside. Why? We spend most of our time indoors. Now researchers have found chemicals from indoor air someplace we might not want it: our blood.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • (NaturalNews) Did you know the indoor air you breathe could be slowly Susan Chemical Toxins in the Air The average modern home is filled with toxic pollution.
  • (Natural
  • Indoor air quality is considered to be the fourth greatest pollution threat to Americans by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  Even if you can never see, and can't always smell, the chemicals inside your home, they are there.
  • (ABC News)
  • A top 5 health problem in 97% of American homes, indoor pollution occurs when your homes air contains an abundance of dust, dirt, mold, and insect remains.
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  • As an Augusta Commission committee prepares to resume work this week on a potentially tougher smoking ordinance, research conducted last year in some Augusta bars that permit smoking found indoor pollution air quality clearly suffers.
  • (Augusta Chronicle)
  • Indoor air affects more than health. A growing body of research suggests students also perform better in schools with healthier air.
  • (CNN)
  • Pollution levels are often higher indoors Because of this, the EPA ranks indoor air as one of the top five environmental threats to human health.
  • (Transworld News)

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