Efficient humidification in buildings.

Natural ventilation strategies to mitigate passive smoking in homes.

This paper investigates possible natural ventilation strategies to reduce exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) in dwellings. Particular attention is paid to the migration of tobacco smoke from the living room (usually the smoking room) to the bedrooms which may be occupied by children. This addresses an area of current concern regarding the possible association between passive smoking and adverse health conditions; in particular the link between parental smoking and respiratory illness in children.

Building related sickness.