April 13th, 2015 10:34 PM by Dan Howard
The Important Facts about Formaldehyde and Other Indoor Air Contaminants
Symptoms of Formaldehyde Exposure
The EPA lists many respiratory problems as symptoms of formaldehyde exposure. These include lung, eye, nose and throat irritation. They also consider formaldehyde as a probable carcinogen. According to the CDC Toxic Substance Registry, exposed individuals can experience headaches, bronchitis and pneumonia. Sensitive individuals may experience asthma and dermatitis.