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Most of us can quickly recognize the regular causes of outdoor air pollution. But what about inside your home? For some, people indoor air pollution such as pet dander and dust also can cause breathing problems and allergic reactions. Gary Erwin, M.D., a pulmonologist on the medical staff of Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano, offers a few tips for minimizing indoor air pollution.
Trouble breathing? If making these adjustments in your home doesn’t help, you may need a referral to a pulmonologist. Learn more about how Baylor Plano’s experts can help you breathe easier.
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