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The Air We Breathe: How indoor air quality can improve the cognitive function and productivity of building occupants.

New studies have proven that intelligence really is in the air. Let us tell you how creating a better indoor air quality can boost your business’ productivity and cut your costs.

Thirty years of public health research has demonstrated that buildings have the ability to positively or negatively influence our health, however recent research has delved into the impact that the indoor environment has on cognitive function and productivity.

QED Managing Director, Joe Scholz reviews in detail the impact of indoor environment on cognitive function.

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