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Significance of humidity and temperature on skin and upper airway symptoms

Reinikainen L.M., Jaakkola J.J.K, 2003
health | humidity | office | temperature
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air 2003, Vol 13, pp 315-331,1 Fig., 5 Tab., 13 Ref.
Languages: English

The aim of that study was to assess the impact in an office environment of absolute and relative humidity, temperature and humidification on workers' skin and upper airway symptoms (such as nasal or pharyngeal dryness, eyes problems, congestion). Physical factors associated with symptoms and perceptions were appraised with logistic regression models.


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