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Secondhand smoke may cause SIDS and other illnesses in children

Secondhand smoke has been linked to numerous health concerns in children, including asthma, bronchitis, ear infection, pneumonia and even Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

SIDS is characterized by the sudden and unexpected death of a child under one year of age for which no absolute cause can be determined even after an autopsy and further examinations have occurred, according to the American SIDS Institute. It is one of the most frightening and traumatic experiences a new parent can face.

While parents may not be able to control the air contaminants outside the home, there is something they can do to ensure that the air their children breathe inside the home is safe and clean. By investing in a home air purifier, parents can make sure that their children aren't exposed to any lingering toxins from secondhand smoke or other common indoor pollutants.

At FreshAirPro, we offer high-end medical-grade purification systems such as the IQAir GC MultiGas so you can ensure your family is protected from the health hazards caused by secondhand smoke and other pollutants.

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