The smell of cooking food is actually air pollution, study finds

Tyler Mitchell By Tyler Mitchell Jun18,2024
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2 thoughts on “The smell of cooking food is actually air pollution, study finds”
  1. As a environmental enthusiast, I was shocked by this study’s findings. The idea that the comforting smell of cooking food could actually be contributing to air pollution is concerning. It’s a wake-up call for all of us to be more mindful of the impact our daily activities have on the environment.

  2. As an environmentalist, I am truly concerned about the impact of cooking food on air quality. It’s time we pay more attention to indoor air pollution and its effects on our health.

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