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Clear the Air

Home should be a sanctuary, but according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air within most houses (and office buildings) can be more polluted than the air outside. “Plus, they’re beautiful and add moisture to the air.” Here, Loux’s advice on finding the right plant for you:

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