Some Interesting Facts

By: Niagara Clean Air  09-12-2011
Keywords: clean air

 §   The American Red Cross analyzed umbilical cord blood from unborn babies and found 278 chemicals including mercury, gasoline byproducts, fire retardants, pesticides, DDT, and many other cancer-causing agents especially those found in household cleaners.

  §   50% of all illness occurs from indoor pollution.  Women working at home have a 56% greater risk of getting breast cancer.

  §   Scientist estimate that everyone alive today carries within his/her body at least 700 contaminants


Did you know..

1. 1 in 4 children in Canada have some degree of asthma.

2. 30% of all doctor and hospital visits are respiratory related.

3. Allergic and respiratory ailments are rising at an unprecedented rate.

4. Emphysema is the fastest growing cause of death in North America.

5. Second-hand smoke contains 4,000 poisons and toxins!!

6. 82% of Ontarians said they would purchase products that have a positive impact on the quality of air in their home.

(report of lung association, decima research)

Also, according to the EPA, Indoor air is 10 to 100 times more polluted than outside and is the number one direct threat to your health today!

  • Live Longer
  • Sleep Better
  • are Healthier
  • are More Creative
  • Have more Energy
  • are Better Students
  • Work more Efficiently
  • Breath Easier
  • Get sick less often
  • Recover more quickly


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