How To Improve Your Air Quality At Home

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a guide to indoor air quality

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Find no-smoke candles

When sniffing all of those wonderfully scented candles, take a look at the ingredients list. If you see “Paraffin,” walk away. Paraffin, an ingredient that comes from petroleum, is suspected to emit carcinogens. Instead, look for beeswax candles. Beeswax candles emit negative ions that neutralize air pollutants, and can improve indoor air quality.

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