Are you safe from the dangers of air pollution at home? A new article from the Telegraph (subscription required) details how little the average person is aware of air quality, even in relatively more health conscious metropolises like London:
“Your flat appears to be about as polluted as most of my journey here,” says Dr Fuller, calmly, as if he hasn’t just essentially told me that I my home isn’t any safer than if I had pitched a tent at the side of Oxford Street.
The article then goes on to say:
“Household products, meanwhile, have become one of the biggest areas of pollution concern. “There have been some studies that say the biggest source of solvents that is now entering the air is in the products in our homes.
“’It’s not just things like paint which you might use occasionally, it’s all the personal care products, from cleaning to deodorants, to room sprays.’”
While most headlines discussing the effects of air pollution tend to focus developing economies, it’s important to remember that even in the world’s established megacities, air quality remains a major issue, especially at home.
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