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Researchers: Airtight buildings reduce cognitive functioning

from Energy Manager Today

Airtight buildings, which energy managers try to create as a means of cutting energy costs, could be hurting the cognitive abilities of occupants. A Research in Environmental Health Perspectives story reported upon at Inquistr says that research at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that fresher air leads to higher functioning. Green building designs lead to improvements. The gains can be even higher if carbon dioxide levels are lowered, according to the Inquistr story. more


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