Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2018 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Asthma Risk Associated with Indoor Mold Contamination in Hispanic Communities in Eastern Coachella Valley, California

Table 2

Mean percentage of children or adults that were assessed as positive for asthma/respiratory illness (%A/RI) in Mecca and Coachella City and the percentage of type of homes (%TH) sampled in Mecca (total ) or Coachella City (total ) that were occupied by a child or adult.

MeccaCoachella City
ChildrenAdultsChildrenAdults
% A/RI (% TH)% A/RI (% TH)% A/RI (% TH)% A/RI (% TH)

Apartment18.3(54)13.1(31)19.0(21)8.8(26)
Modern home17.9(12)5.4(27)17.7(46)12.7(47)
Trailer6.1(21)14.5(22)13.4(29)9.0(25)
Mixed-use32.3(13)12.1(20)40.0(4)42.9(2)
Overall mean %17.511.117.511.3

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