Houseplants could reduce formaldehyde, finds BBC show

BBC TV programme Trust Me, I'm a Doctor has teamed up with Professor Alasdair Lewis and his team at the University of York to measure the levels of these chemicals in homes, finding that indoor plants could play a role in reducing the levels of formaldehyde.

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