Are cleaning products doing you and your family more harm than good?

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As you’re scrubbing away and sanitizing, it’s actually the smells associated with a clean house that can be more dangerous than germs.

The fresh scents of common household cleaners contain an assortment of chemicals that can produce volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are toxic gases. Organic chemicals with high vapor pressure, or low boiling point, evaporate at room temperature and quickly dissolve into the air. 

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Common Abbreviations You Need to Know

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Just like any industry, the world of air filtration and purification has its own set of abbreviations, to sum up, a term or process. If you’re in the market for a quality air filtration and purification system, it’s important to understand the terminology so you can make an educated decision, without strictly relying on reviews.

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The Effects of Indoor Air Pollution and Your Skin

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When individuals consider maintaining healthy skin, they often focus on two primary strategies for improvement: using skin products to preserve the health of one’s skin and limiting exposure to abrasive contaminants or the elements that can degrade the health of one’s skin. Take, for instance, skincare products. Today, individuals spend $500 a year on skin care products, resulting in 1.68 billion dollars spent on skincare annually in the United States alone. 

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