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There is growing evidence that, in some instances, air inside buildings and homes is more polluted than the outdoor air in some larger, industrialized cities. This should be a significant concern considering that research has shown that people spend an overwhelming majority of their time indoors and exposed to indoor air pollution that may pose health risks.
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