Health issues associated with buildings is an observable fact in research and a concern for longevity. Amongst the outcome of building related concerns on residents are health issues such as Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) and Building Related Illness (BRI), but if not detected and treated early enough would ultimately result to reduction in life expectancy ratio of urban residents. Therefore the core of the paper was to examine health questions associated with buildings in order to identify and document it as one of the causes of reduction in life expectancy ratio in Nigerian cities. The paper has provided some form of remedy to the growing occurrence. Hence, the research was conducted using descriptive and experimental/observatory approaches. The result of the findings documented in the paper will improve consumers, manufacturers and property developer choices.
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