It’s time to breathe a sigh of relief — sort of. Thanks to changes in air-quality and emissions laws over the past 30 years, the air you breathe when you head outdoors this summer is cleaner than ever.
But indoors? Yuck. The air inside your home is two to five times more polluted, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
And if you suffer from allergies or asthma, spending too much time at home can make you feel worse. Fortunately, you don’t need to live in a plastic bubble to solve the problem.
Here’s how to make your home a (nearly) pollution-free zone… (read the rest of this informative article here).