Indoor Air Pollution

indoor air pollution

Indoor Air Pollution from inefficient cooking and heating practices produce high levels of dangerous household air pollution, including carbon monoxide and other serious pollutants.

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Bisphenol A Exposure


BPA is used to harden plastics; it is common in medical devices, water bottles, canned food and drink linings, compact disks and many other products.

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hypersensitivity pneumonitis

Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis

hypersensitivity pneumonitis is a lung disease typified by inflamed lungs, caused by an allergic reaction to inhaled dust, molds, fungus or chemicals

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Legionnaires Disease

legionnaires disease

Legionnaires disease is a type of potentially fatal pneumonia contracted by breathing in legionella bacteria though airborne water droplets.

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Lead Poisoning

lead poisoning

Lead is a naturally occurring, poisonous element found in the earth. Over the years it has been used in paint, petrol, plumbing supplies and many other products.

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Radon Poisoning

radon poisoning

Radon is an invisible, odorless and tasteless natural radioactive gas that is formed by the decay of uranium found in nearly all rocks and soils.

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Pesticide Poisoning

pesticide poisoning

Anyone can be affected by pesticide exposure but unborn children, pregnant women, nursing women and the elderly are at higher risk.

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

carbon monoxide poisoning

Carbon monoxide has no smell, it’s invisible and if inhaled in large amounts it is lethal. What makes it even more concerning is the fact that it can silently seep into your home and go completely undetected

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