We’ve known for a long time that outdoor air pollution can have a variety of adverse health effects, and now we’re becoming increasingly aware of indoor air pollution. We spend most of our time indoors, and much of that at home, where our everyday activities (such as spraying aerosols) and even the things that we own, all contribute to concentrations of potentially harmful indoor pollution. Read on to find out which products can help improve the quality of your air at home, when to consider buying one, and what to look for.

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