Heating drys out indoor air and, consequently, nasal passages, making it easier for germs to infiltrate your defenses. “But plants can act as natural humidifiers and, unlike the electrical kind, don’t have to be cleaned,” says B.C. Wolverton, an environmental scientist, formerly with NASA. He recommends those that need a lot of water (and therefore give off lots), such as rubber plants.
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