(HealthDay News) -- Emissions from cars and power plants are
major contributors to air pollution, which can cause burning eyes
and nose, itchy throat and problems breathing.
The National Women's Health Information Center suggests how you
can use less energy, helping to cut down on air pollution and the
creation of greenhouse gases:
- If you use incandescent light bulbs, swap them for compact
- When you're not using lights or appliances, turn them off.
- Recycle and reuse materials whenever you can.
- Choose Energy Star appliances.
- Buy vehicles that get good fuel economy and have low
- Walk, ride your bike, take public transportation or
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