Improving indoor air quality is good for the health of you and your children, especially for children with asthma. Because children spend many hours inside, decreasing exposures indoors could have profound health impacts. In addition, many pollutants, such as fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) have higher levels indoors than outdoors, even in the developed world. Air pollutants may worsen respiratory outcomes through multiple mechanisms, including by directly increasing airways inflammation.
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