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Do you get any "real" benefits from breathing fresh outside air?
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Dr. Douglas Fronzaglia
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
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In brief: Yes
"fresh air" implies air that is not polluted or stagnant.
It is difficult to find "fresh air" outside in some cities. The real benefit is is the reduction of health risk associated with polluted or stale air.

In brief: Yes
"fresh air" implies air that is not polluted or stagnant.
It is difficult to find "fresh air" outside in some cities. The real benefit is is the reduction of health risk associated with polluted or stale air.
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