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Can better thinking and better health be found in green-certified buildings? The findings of a new study from researchers at the Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Center for Health and the Global Environment and SUNY Upstate Medical University say yes.

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Drivers of Higher Cognitive Function Scores

The COGfx Buildingomics Study found higher cognitive function scores, fewer health symptoms and better perception of the indoor environment in high-performing, green-certified buildings.

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A new approach that examines the totality of factors in the building-related environment that influence the human health, well-being and productivity of people who work in buildings.

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Inside the Study

109 office workers in 5 U.S. cities participated in a 1-week study to determine how green-certified buildings impact human performance and health.

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Meet the Experts

Conducted in the fall and winter of 2015-2016 and presented in the fall of 2016, The COGfx Buildingomics Study brought together industry-leading health and building experts from their respective fields.

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What Makes This Study Unique

Join the conversation about the study online using the hashtag #TheCOGfxStudy and learn more here.

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