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Instead of gasping for breath, get yourself an air purifier this winter

The device is a boon especially for people with respiratory disorders

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People allergic to pollen grains, dust, mites, mould, tobacco smoke and pet dander should invest in air purifiers

Sanjay Kumar Singh New Delhi
The air quality in Indian cities tends to be poor all around the year. But matters get worse in October-November as stubble burning affects many parts of north India. With the advent of winter, the moist and heavy air traps pollutants and does not allow them to disperse. This compounds the difficulties of people with respiratory ailments. This year families are confined indoors due to the pandemic. The desire to escape infection from all kinds of bacteria, virus and allergens and keep one’s respiratory system in the best possible shape has become a paramount concern. All these factors have led

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First Published: Nov 20 2020 | 5:49 PM IST

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