Green public housing may reduce health risks from environmental pollutants

15 octubre 2015

Low-income housing residents who live in ‘green’ buildings that are built with eco-friendly materials and energy-efficient features appear to have fewer ‘sick building’ symptoms than residents of traditionally constructed low-income housing, according to a new study. Asthma outcomes — hospitalizations, attacks, and missed school days due to asthma — were also significantly lower for children living in the green buildings.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/10/151015170713.htm

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