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Indoor air pollution makes sick buildings make sick workers
Does your head ache? Nose drip? Do your eyes sting? If you have these symptoms, you may be sick. Not only that, it may be that the building where you work is sick as well.
These are a few of the symptoms commonly manifested by those who work in "sick buildings." Other symptoms include nausea, dizziness, shortness of breath, cough and sinus problems.
In what appears to be a uniquely 20th-century problem, private industry and government are becoming increasingly aware of the issue of indoor air pollution.
The term Sick Building Syndrome covers a range of problems. It can include poor …