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Oxygen Fixes Everything!

Blyweiss, D. (n.d.). Oxygen Fixes Everything! UniScience Group, Inchttps://theunisciencegroup.com/en/f1/f1-sp-001?utm_campaign=CTXFLU&utm_medium=email&utm_source=CancerDefeated

Our modern world is full of remarkable technologies that make our lives easier and more enjoyable. But those conveniences come at a cost. Global warming and climate change send carbon dioxide levels skyrocketing while oxygen levels continue to plummet. As you’re about to discover, these changes in our environment are causing big health concerns. Truth is, your cells are being robbed of fresh oxygen! This article discusses the benefits of having enough oxygen. It also describes how a lack of proper oxygen can affect your blood pressure, brain, and more.

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