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Respiratory symptoms and damp housing

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People living in damp housing have a higher prevalence of respiratory symptoms and asthma, a study has confirmed. The Respiratory Health in Northern Europe (RHINE) is a follow up study of 16 190 subjects from Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Estonia who participated in the European Respiratory Survey …

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