Elevated CO2 can make your house smell and feel “like an attic” or even cause it to collapse, according to a new study.

But it can also lead to other problems, including an elevation in the pH of your home’s water.

In this case, elevation in CO2 could lead to alkaline bubbles in your water.

“This is one of those cases where it’s not that we’re going to eliminate elevation in water, but it’s something that we can do to reduce elevation,” said study coauthor Michael Hovde, a water expert at Cornell University.

That could mean limiting how much CO2 is pumped into your water supply or reducing the amount of tap water you use in your house.

The results of the study were published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.

The researchers also found that people who have elevated alkaline CO2 in their blood have lower levels of magnesium in their kidneys.

In their report, the researchers said they found that this could be a problem if you’re a diabetic or have kidney disease.

The study looked at 5,839 people in the United States.

The findings were not all positive, however.

People with elevated alkalinity in their urine had higher levels of arsenic, a metal that can cause cancer.

They also had higher rates of heart disease, diabetes, and obesity.

The highest levels of alkalaline CO3 were found in people with the highest blood levels of CO2.

Hovdeb also found elevated alkala levels in the urine of people with diabetes.

People who had elevated alkalin levels in their skin had higher risk of developing psoriasis, according the study.

This study focused on people living in New York City, where there are more than a million residents.

Havde said he expects the study to get much larger.

The new study could help improve the quality of our water supply and lead to improved water quality, Hovsek said.

“The study is a good first step, but we don’t know if this is going to be enough,” he said.

A number of other studies have shown that people living near the tops of mountains have higher levels and lower pH levels.

This finding could be linked to elevated CO2 levels in our atmosphere, Havda said.

CO2 makes the water more acidic.

The result is that higher concentrations of CO3 in the atmosphere can make it more alkaline, which can lead to a decrease in the level of pH in our water.

The pH is the ratio of hydrogen ions to calcium ions, which gives water its color.

People living in high elevation areas have more calcium ions and less hydrogen ions, Hova said.

In other words, people living at the top of mountains, where they have a lot of salt, tend to have higher pH levels than people living farther up in the mountains, Hvadde said.

He added that this would explain why people in higher elevations have higher blood levels and higher rates for heart disease.

However, Hava said it is not clear whether this is a causal relationship.

Another study found that a family’s elevation in alkaline-CO2 levels could affect their children’s development.

The authors said that their study looked specifically at children and adolescents who were born before 1970.

They looked at the children’s cognitive development and physical development, as well as their mental health and social skills.

They found that children born at higher elevational CO2 had lower IQs and higher levels in stress hormones.

People born at lower elevations had higher IQs, lower levels in hormone stress hormones, and lower levels on a list of indicators of mental health.

These associations are consistent with other research that has shown that children who are exposed to elevated levels of acid-forming bacteria in their gut, which are linked to childhood obesity, are more likely to develop metabolic syndrome, or high blood pressure.

This research suggests that children at higher elevation have a higher risk for metabolic syndrome and metabolic acidosis, the study authors said.

However the findings were limited because the children had to take blood samples from their parents before and after birth, and there were some other limitations.

Hvadek said the study is important because it provides a good starting point to look at the effects of elevation on our health.

“There is still a lot that we don`t know,” he added.

“But this is an interesting area of research and it’s important for people to be aware of.”

This article originally appeared on Vice News.