Business Brief

February 15, 2013
A real - and dangerous - symptom of Sick Building Syndrome
At least one study indicates headaches are a symptom of Sick Building Syndrome — a real and preventable problem. Headaches have always been considered a symptom of Sick Building Syndrome. But a new study adds some weight to the idea: Office workers may suffer from more intense migraines and more frequent headaches from poor indoor air quality than previously thought, according to the study by Ball State University.
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