the Air in Your Home be a Health Hazard?
Take this quick quiz to see how the air in your home is doing
and install carbon monoxide detectors:
Ensuring your home and garage are equipped with a carbon monoxide detector can protect your health and potentially save your life.
|Welcome to C.A.N. DO, The Lung Association's environmental health program. Take your first step towards cleaner air.|
here to read Health Canada's bulletin regarding the use of ozone generators
as air purifiers in residential settings, and for a list of affected products.
Indoor Air Pollutants in Residential Settings: Respiratory Health Effects & Remedial Measures to Minimize Exposure
Public Opinion on Indoor Air Quality in Ontario (Adobe Acrobat 'PDF' format)
The warm weather of spring and summer can also mean higher levels of smog. The following information will help you understand what smog is, and what to do to reduce your exposure to smog pollutants.
Smog and Your Health
Do Your Share to Spare the Air
What is Humidex?
Ozone and Human Health
Air Quality in Your Community
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