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Exposure to ambient air pollution is well known through numerous epidemiological and toxicological studies to be associated with increases in severe health outcomes, including mortality, morbidity and exacerbation of asthma and cardiovascular problems.1,2  Given that people typically spend the majority of their time (∼90%) indoors, they may experience greater exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors.3,4  In a recent study on the Global Burden of Disease, household air pollution was classed as the eighth-ranked leading fatal risk globally and was identified as one of main causes of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) deaths (27.9%), lower respiratory infections deaths...

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