Title of the original article: moisture damage and asthma in children: a population-based incident case-control studyThe European Respiratory Journal is the peer-reviewed scientific publication of the European Respiratory Society .
The experts assessed for each house, the level of humidity and the presence of mold. They looked in particular at leaks, condensation products marks, damp patches, changes in the color of the building materials or peeling on the surface of the walls.####Co – first authors of the reporting cells Carl Walkley, and Gemma Haines Olsen which Peter MacCallum Cancer Center in. Other co-authors are Sebastian Dworkin, BSc , Healthcare System Swann, BSc , and Grant MacArthur, PhD of Peter Mac, Susan Westmorland, VMD , and David Scadden, of MGH and Pierre Chambon, the Institute of Genetics and Molecular and Cellular Biology, Strasbourg, France. The study was supported by grants from the Cancer Council Victoria, of National Health and Medical Research Council and National Institutes of Health .