A new report, coauthored by PSR, documents dangerous levels of indoor air pollution from gas stoves. The report presents scientific evidence that gas stoves release several hazardous pollutants, notably nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide.
Not only that; levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) can easily reach levels in your kitchen that exceed the outdoor air quality standards set by EPA.
Exposure to NO2 increases the risk of childhood asthma, aggravates respiratory symptoms, and is associated with learning deficits and cardiovascular effects. Carbon monoxide exposure causes effects ranging from headache, dizziness, vomiting and nausea to unconsciousness and death.
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