In school, children spend more time at home. Indoor air pollution is one of the most common environmental hazards in schools. According to the School Health Information Series, more than 50 percent of schools surveyed in at least one environmental problem that affects air quality in the classroom and the United States.
Indoor air quality can be worse in school, to develop asthma and allergies, respiratory diseases increase the risk of HIV infection among students. This can affect the overall performance of long-term health of the academic. Therefore, we must understand the key risks associated with air pollution in schools to protect children.
Children are more susceptible to the adverse effects of air pollution
Pollen grains, such as indoor air pollution in general, and schools like this tick. Furthermore, the particles emitted from an old building, and crushed stone are harmful to air quality lead-based paint. This book, to raise the level of contamination of bacteria, viruses, and can cover a surface area of microorganisms, including fungi. All pollutants can cause serious health problems for children. [...]