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Dangers Of Huffing Air Duster
Research ongoing: there have been any studies over the past decade looking at effects of pollution on children. Some studies have looked at associations between pollution exposure in-utero and after birth with asthma, development, school performance, as well as many others. While nothing is 100% certain, it is better to have less exposure to pollution than more exposure. ...Read more
Gasoline Inhalation: See: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002806.htmGet a more detailed answer ›
Should survivors of pulmonary emboli avoid exposure to aresol products like air fresheners and cleaning chemicals?
The small particles.: The small particles and acidic chemicals in air pollution are very irritating for our respiratory systems. That is why in heavily polluted cities there is an increased incidence of asthma and of infectious respiratory conditions. It is estimated that thousands of people who are vulnerable die from severe air pollution. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Minimal: Your body will tell you when too much is too much. While some people can tolerate a lot, some people are highly sensitive and their bodies react at very low levels. Read the warnings on the label: "do not use in small or confined areas; insure adequate ventilation, etc". Of course extreme exposure can cause a chemical bronchitis or pneumonitis which is more serious. So if it stings, avoid it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
IN MY OPINION: NONE! The "neurotoxicity" of common molds is absolute NONSENSE! Furthermore the molds affecting normal foodstuffs are NOT AIRBORN! Furthermore the evidence for neurotoxic molds OF ANY KIND is DOUBTFUL ALLERGY YES NEUROTOXIC NONSENSE Again MY OPINION ONLY! Doctor Z ...Read more
Could inhaling secondhand smoke refer to actually inhaling the actual smokey fumes of the cigarettes or the smell?
Smoking Stinks: Numerous indoor environmental risks such as; fire, carbon monoxide toxicity, persistent odor, and nicotine stains, as well as increased health related risks including; upper and lower respiratory infections, chronic eye irritation, decreased sense of smell, and taste perversion. Also, don't forget about oral, lung, renal and bladder cancers, heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, stroke, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Higher: Very high, if you are in la. Parking garages of course also higher. ...Read more
Not serious: Except for transient minor irritation, there should be no significant adverse effects from such mild exposure. ...Read more
All : All plants participate in photosynthesis, a chemical reaction that converts carbon dioxide into organic compounds such as sugars, using the energy from sunlight. In general the more chlorophyll present (the substance that provides the green color to leaves), the more photosynthesis that will be taking place. Therefore as a general rule, the larger and leafier the plant, the more photosynthesis that will be occurring in the presence of sunlight. However, having more indoor plants will not result in a significantly lower carbon dioxide concentration than the rest of the atmosphere, as indoor air is always in communication with the rest of the environment. Also, carbon dioxide at these concentrations is not harmful to humans, and having indoor plants does not result in significant air detoxification that can be attributed to any meaningful health benefits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer