Dangers of Cooking Gas in Indoor Air Pollution

Reading this topic, the first impression may be feelings of disbelief with statements like “but I have been using cooking gas for years now and I haven’t had any health issues related to it” or I am a cook and have been using cooking gas and I am fine. We will understand adequate responses to these concerns as we continue. Cooking Gas: cooking gas is mostly a piece of kitchen equipment or apparatus as the case may be, used for only one purpose, to generate a heat source for cooking meals in our homes, eateries, and restaurants. This kitchen essential contains either natural gas (methane) or LPG. If it is… Read More

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HOW TO REDUCE THE RISK OF AIR POLLUTION

By eliminating air pollution, we mean to completely remove, put to an end, or get rid of air pollution in our offices, schools, and homes respectively. Air pollution is a serious problem that has a negative impact on people’s health and livelihood. It is the undesirable presence of impurities or the abnormal rise in the proportion of some harmful components in the atmosphere. In our offices, air pollution affects the productivity and performance of an average worker, thereby leading to less performance. In schools, air pollution contributes to several health challenges children develop such as asthma attacks, headaches, lung disease and respiratory disease(pneumonia) e.t.c. In our homes, it is difficult… Read More

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INDOOR AIR POLLUTION: CAUSES AND EFFECTS

INDOOR AIR POLLUTION: THE HOW Welcome to our blog, the leading destination for everything on healthy air and your health. Indoor air pollution normally consists of dust, dirt, disease-causing pathogens, or gases in the air inside buildings such as your home or workplace that could be harmful to breathe in. Poor indoor air quality has been linked to lung diseases like asthma, COPD, and lung cancer. It has also been linked to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. Some Of The Causes And Effects Of Indoor Air Pollution Most indoor air pollution comes from sources that release gases or particles into the air. Things such as building materials and… Read More

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Air Quality : Don’t Gamble With It

When thinking of air pollution, you probably think of giant industrial smokestacks or thousands of cars in traffic congestion. Perhaps you visualize the smoggy haze that clings to big cities or imagine what acid rain sounds like. Thinking of air pollution, you think of the air outside and luckily you can retreat to the safety of the clean air in your home, right? Actually, the air quality in your home can be worse than the air quality outside. It’s easy to believe that the air quality outside is worse than the air quality inside. We know about air pollution and acid rain, we can see smoke and smell exhaust, and we… Read More

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