Why be concerned? The air we
breathe is very important to our
health, and it can be especially important
for people with asthma and allergies.
We need to make sure that the
air inside our homes is healthy to
breathe because poor air quality and
other pollutants in the home can
cause asthma and allergy symptoms
to be worse. Did you know that the
average person spends almost all (90
percent) of their time indoors? And
did you know that the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) reports that indoor air may be
even more polluted than outdoor air?