Start Breathing Better: How To Get Cleaner Air at Home

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You don’t have to be an allergy sufferer to reap the benefits of clean air at home. According to the EPA (United States Environmental Agency), indoor air pollution — think mold, dirt, pet hair, fine particles, and carbon monoxide — can have serious immediate and long-term effects on your health. Everyday annoyances such as dry eyes, headaches, and fatigue could actually be a result of your home’s poor air quality — and chances are you don’t even know it.


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