Use the MICROVISOR® Kitchen Range Hood For Healthy Living
Cooking without proper ventilation can be harmful and cause serious health problems in some cases.
Does cooking in your kitchen cause indoor air pollution?
Yes. According to the research team at Berkley Indoor Labs, cooking can produce pollutants that exceed outdoor air quality standards required by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). Click here to read the full story
Visit the following links to learn more about the health implications of cooking fumes and see how the MICROVISOR® can keep your home free from serious risks
Stanford Medicine - Indoor Cooking Air Quality Research Report Use your range hood for a healthier home, advises indoor air quality researcher
The following links are more PDF articles on the health implications of indoor cooking:
- Your Stove Just Needs to Vent
- Cooking With Asthma Control in Mind
- Short term exposure to cooking fumes and pulmonary function
- Controlling cooking fumes
- HSE stresses the importance of good ventilation in commercial kitchens and industrial cooking areas
- Exposure to Cooking Fumes in Restaurant Kitchens in Norway
- Dose-Response Relationship between Cooking Fumes Exposures and Lung Cancer among Chinese Nonsmoking Women