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Not all air is the same. Modern people who spend most of their day indoors are not exaggerating to say that they are breathing the air that has been discharged from the lungs of others. For example, according to Professor Joseph Allen of Harvard University’s School of Public Health in the United States, 3% of the air that people in a typical American home, office, or school breathe recently comes from the lungs of the person currently in the same room.

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