Exposure to Air Pollution Linked to Genetic Abnormalities

Polluted air is all around us. It's outside, it's inside, and unless you live in an isolated and pristine locale, it's pretty much unavoidable. Fortunately, for the inside your home, where studies have shown the air is most polluted -- an average of 2-5 times more polluted than outside! -- you will learn how you can dramatically reduce the amount of toxins to much safer levels.

As for city versus country, though, neither is "safe." If you live in a city, the air you breathe is subjected to toxins from industry, construction and exhaust from cars, buses and planes. In the country, the air gets polluted from dust, car, truck and tractor exhaust, pesticide dusters, rock quarries and smoke from wood and crop fires.

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