With millions of Americans suffering from allergies each year, you or someone you love have probably experienced allergy symptoms at some point.  While most of us think of springtime pollen and outdoor pollution as the main culprit, we are actually more susceptible to breathing in harmful pollutants and allergens inside our homes and offices. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, more than 90% of our time is spent inside.  Alarmingly, certain pollutants are 2 to 5 times more concentrated inside our homes compared to the outside. The EPA observes that energy-efficient building construction (mission sufficient ventilation) and increased use of…

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