Air pollution both indoor or outdoor is always a serious threat to the environmental health problem. It is adversely affecting everyone be it in developed or developing country like India. Air that has the presence of pollutants like nitrogen oxides (NOX), sulfur dioxide (SO2), ozone (O3) and particle substances (PM) makes it impure and hazardous
As a parent, you want the best for your child. You send them to the best schools so that your child receives a quality education. You also buy your child the best food, toys, and clothes to ensure that he or she is not deprived of any comfort or joy of life. So, while you
Have you ever thought why your common cold is not getting cured or why your kids are falling sick more frequently than ever? Instead of rushing to a doctor, you may find your answers at home. The air we breathe in our homes or offices is more hazardous to our health than the air outside.
Most of us are unaware that indoor air is more polluted than the outdoor air. Unfortunately, the issue of indoor air pollution often goes unnoticed due to lack of health awareness in India. Very few people realize that indoor air can be approximately 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Tobacco smoke, mildew, mold, bacteria,
With the deteriorating outdoor air quality, it has become critical to take strong measures before moving out. If you travel daily by your car, you are exposed to the highly polluted city air. In fact, the air inside your car can be seven times more polluted than the outdoor air. It can be caused due
According to a survey by World Health Organization (WHO), India accounts for nearly 80 percent deaths in South East Asia due to indoor air pollution. It’s primarily because of the use of biomass fuels in the rural part for cooking and heating. It is to be noted that even if a significant part of the