Respiratory Health

There’s a clear way to make the air you breathe cleaner that will keep your lungs working at their best. Thanks to smoke, dust and gases, even the air we breathe indoors at work and in our homes can be less clean than we think. Breathing in air pollution can irritate the airways. That causes asthma episodes, coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and even chest pains. But you can take action to breathe better air. 

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