This is a report from the United Kingdoms, Telegraph website.
This has me rethinking what and when I use off the shelf products.
Report warns of the hidden threat, air pollution in our homes. Thousands more people than previously thought are dying each year from the effect of poor air quality, including pollutants from everyday objects and appliances in their homes.
Everyday kitchen products, open fires, fly sprays and even air fresheners, contribute to poor indoor air quality.
Among the most disturbing aspects of air pollution highlighted by the report is that posed by such common items as air fresheners and personal hygiene, DIY and cleaning products.
Certain furniture, fabric, furnishings, glue and insulation can emit formaldehyde vapor, causing irritation to the lungs.
Biological materials found in the home, such as dust mites, mold and animal dander, flecks of skin and fur can also harm human health.
This report warns that while young children and the elderly are particularly sensitive to air pollution.
Open your windows, let in the Fresh Air.
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