By Annie Hauser with WEATHER.COM:
“Outdoor air pollution’s impact on public health is well-recorded while in the developed world, indoor air quality is often ignored. But the fact is, especially in the winter when we spend more time indoors, the health of the air inside our homes matters. (Winter is also when cases of carbon monoxide and radon poisoning inside homes spike.)
Indoor air quality is particularly important for people with indoor winter allergies, such as mold, dust and pet dander. These and other compounds in the air can make allergy symptoms worse while exacerbating other respiratory ailments, such as asthma….”
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