A key part of healthy living is the air you breathe — whether that’s indoors or outdoors. While there isn’t much you can do about the pollution in your city or neighborhood, you can take control over the air in your own home. This infographic shows the best plant choices to keep in your home for cleaner indoor air.
The quality of air you breathe is essential to your health. While you may be aware of outdoor pollutants and chemicals in office buildings, don’t forget to check the air quality of your home, too.
Some of the most common toxic chemicals found in indoor air are volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Many common household products can emit VOCs, damaging your air quality and your health.
Here’s everything you need to know about how to reduce VOC levels in your home.
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