Environmental, occupational, and personal factors related to the prevalence of sick building syndrome in the general population.

@article{Norbck1991EnvironmentalOA,
  title={Environmental, occupational, and personal factors related to the prevalence of sick building syndrome in the general population.},
  author={Dan Norb{\"a}ck and Christer Edling},
  journal={British journal of industrial medicine},
  year={1991},
  volume={48 7},
  pages={451-62}
}
Possible relations between prevalence of sick building syndrome (SBS) and environmental, occupational, and personal factors were studied in a random sample (0.1%) of the general population aged 20-65 in a three county region in middle Sweden. Childhood exposure to environmental tobacco smoke from smoking mothers and a childhood in urban areas was related to SBS symptoms. Current urban residency, fresh paint, and preschool children in the dwelling were also related to symptoms. Other residential… CONTINUE READING

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