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How can I reduce airborne toxins in my home?

Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine
Here are some ways to have cleaner air in your home:
  1. Keep your windows open whenever possible.
  2. Use an air filter; the best choice for your home is a high-efficiency particle air filter (HEPA).
  3. Replace your air conditioner filter yearly.
  4. Clean your air ducts every three years. Partial cleaning of ducts can make your air worse, so do a good job when you attack the clumped-up material.
  5. Check and clean your humidifiers, because they can harbor toxins.
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