September 15, 2019
The airborne pollution caused by catastrophic wildfire seasons caught many people off-guard and unprepared. Miles away from blaze sites, people were experiencing the health symptoms of inhaling high PM2.5 and ozone (O3) concentrations. Although exposure to wildfire smoke may only last a few days or weeks, the impacts on your health can be much longer-lasting.
Find out what you can do to prepare yourself and protect your health by downloading our 9-Step Wildfire Smoke Guide.
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When dust, mold, and bacteria collect in your home, they contribute to indoor air pollution and impact the health and comfort of your space. On the other hand, cleaning your home with toxic chemicals can increase the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in your air and leave you vulnerable to other health risks. A recent study revealed that professional cleaners who use strong chemical sanitizing products on a daily basis are more likely to develop asthma and other serious respiratory conditions. This catch-22 has led many consumers to seek out healthier and more sustainable alternatives, or “green” cleaning products.
As the leaves begin to change and we settle our families back into the routine of a new school year, we may notice a few rooms in our homes starting to double as spaces for homework, studying, and catching up on work. However, it’s not always easy to motivate ourselves or our children to be productive in the comfort of our own homes.