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Indoor Air Quality in Kindergarten Is the Cornerstone to Create Comfort and Foster Well-being

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Air Quality in Kindergarten

Poor air quality is a subtle threat to health but has been shown to harm the health and development of adults, not to mention children. According to WHO, an estimated 4.2 million premature deaths are associated with air pollution. Children are sensitive to air pollution and face special risks since their lungs and immune systems are growing and they have more respiratory infections, thus poor indoor air quality monitoring is the main challenge kindergarten faced.

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Indoor Air Quality in Kindergarten Is the Cornerstone to Create Comfort and Foster Well-being

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