Every breath we take contains millions of particles of dust, allergens, chemicals, pollutants and other tiny molecules. And while pollen and outdoor air pollution get most of the attention, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) studies show that pollutant levels inside homes and buildings are two to five times higher than outside!
When you have asthma and allergies, that puts clean indoor air at the top of your must-have list.
Download AANMA’s Indoor AIRepairTM at Home, School and Play newsletters for family-friendly ideas and tips for cleaning the air you breathe.
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The Indoor AIRepair program was developed by Allergy & Asthma Network Mothers of Asthmatics with funding from the Environmental Protection Agency. The goal of the project is to help families learn practical, low-cost ways to reduce asthma-related allergens and irritants indoors.