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Scientists say we are unaware of a massive cause of pollution that right under our very noses. Everyday household items such as toothpaste, shaving foam, deodorant, perfume and furniture polish volatile compounds that help to pollution. Dr Brian McDonald, an air-pollution researcher at the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, research into how our homes pollution. His team was surprised to that household items now as heavily to particular types of air pollution as cars, trucks and other vehicles. Dr McDonald that as "the transportation sector cleaner, these other sources... more and more important".

The researchers on volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in a whole range of household items. VOCs with sunlight to ozone pollution. This escapes into the environment and trapped in our house or apartment, pollution in our homes. The scientists said VOCs with other chemicals to form tiny particles in the air. These particles can to lung damage. Dr McDonald said governments should regulate household products more tightly to their negative impact on our health. He a stark warning, saying: "The things I use in the morning to get ready for work are comparable to emissions that out of the tailpipe of my car."

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