The Air We Breathe: Respiratory Impact of Indoor Air Quality in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease – American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

John R. Balmes, M.D., a national volunteer medical spokesperson for the American Lung Association, drafted an editorial on the importance of indoor air quality, rounding up several studies that highlight how underrecognized household air pollution is on lung health. Dr. Balmes calls for large scale studies using HEPA and charcoal filters which would improve indoor air quality and ultimately reduce exposure to allergens and outside pollutants.  

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