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11 Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality at Home

When we think of air pollution it’s easy to conjure images of the smog filled streets of Los Angeles or perhaps a power plant billowing smoke into the sky, but it is a lesser known fact that the air in our homes can be up to 10 times worse than it is outside.

And while the number of deaths attributed to air pollution, also known as the ‘silent killer’, has considerably dropped in the last three decades, we don’t have to tell you about the importance of having high air quality in our little sanctuaries. However, what we can tell you are some simple ways to vastly improve the air we breathe indoors.

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