Author(s): Ferguson A, Welker L
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Abstract The quality of the indoor air has received greater consideration in the last decade as Americans spend more time indoors and researchers become more aware of the influence of poor indoor air quality on adverse health outcomes. This paper presents the assessment of 10 homes in the Central Little Rock Neighborhood of Arkansas, using survey tools adapted from The Healthy Homes Initiative (HHI) and other health agencies. Mold, ventilation related deficiencies, and high levels of air particulates relative to the outdoors were the predominant findings in the ten homes.
This article was published in J Ark Med Soc
and referenced in Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education