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Home Diagnosis TV: S2 Ep 10: Headaches of HomeChem (Why We Should Care About Indoor Chemistry) 

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Watch to learn how simple everyday activities can cause an elevated level of pollution in your home.

Today, each of us will add a few ingredients and catalysts to our home’s chemistry experiment. The simple activities of cooking, cleaning, and even being inside our homes causes what researchers now know is an astronomically elevated level of pollution, compared to the outdoors. Arm yourself with the knowledge of what to defend your family against.

Featuring atmospheric chemists Delphine Farmer, Charles Weschler, and Lea Hildebrandt Ruiz, environmental engineer Marina Vance, and molecular test kits from Prism Analytical.

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