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Air pollution can be indoors, too


Last updated 1/31/2013 at Noon

Air pollution is often associated with heavily trafficked highways or industrial areas home to manufacturing plants. But air pollution can occur anywhere, including inside homes.

Though it can be easy to recognize outdoor air pollution, indoor air pollution is not always so easily identifiable. But understanding indoor air pollution can help men and women, whether they live in a private home or an apartment, improve the air quality in their homes.

Indoor air pollution can be the result of many things, including biological contaminants (mold and mildew), tobacco smoke, radon, and household...

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