Car Air Conditioning, very good, but Dangerous —By Ofem Ekapong Ofem

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Ofem Ekapong Ofem Ofem Ekapong Ofem|16 November 2016 CAR AIR CONDITIONING,
VERY GOOD, BUT DANGEROUS.
CAR OWNERS MUST READ THIS!!!!. No wonder more folks are dying everyday from cancer than ever before. We wonder where this stuff comes from, but here is an example that explains a lot of the cancer-causing incidents. Many people are in their cars first thing in the morning and the last thing at night, seven days a week. As I am writing this piece, it makes me feel guilty and ill, wondering why one must die ignorantly. Please pass this on to as many people as possible. Guess it's not too late to make some changes. THE MESSAGE;
Please do NOT turn on A/C as soon as you enter your car. Make sure you open all the windows after you enter your car and turn ON the AC after a couple of minutes later. HERE IS WHY; According to research, the car dashboard, sofa and air freshener emit BENZENE a cancer-causing toxin (Carcinogen). Take time to observe the smell of heated plastic in your car,  this smell in addition is causing cancer. Benzene poisons your bones, causes Anaemia and reduces white blood cells. Prolonged exposure will cause Leukemia, increasing the risk of cancer. It can also cause miscarriage. Acceptable Benzene level indoors is 50 mg per sq ft. A car parked indoors with windows closed will contain 400-800 mg of Benzene. If parked outdoors under the sun at a temperature above 60 degrees F, the Benzene level goes up to 2000-4000 mg, 40 times the acceptable level. People who get into the car keeping windows closed will inevitably inhale, in quick succession, excessive amounts of the toxin. Benzene is a toxin that affects your Kidney and Liver. What's worse, it is extremely difficult for your body to expel this toxic stuff. So friends, please open the windows and door of your car – give time for the interior air to dispel the deadly stuff – before you enter. Thought: 'When someone shares something of value with you and you benefit from it, you have a moral obligation to share it with others. Ofem Ekapong Ofem
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