“(Looking for) Answers” Full :60 12.13.07 WOMAN: What exactly is Formaldehyde? MAN: I worry, was that just a cough…or something else? WOMAN: Is the air hurting my kids? MAN: Is it hurting me? ANNCR: A lot of you may be worried that the air quality inside your FEMA trailer could be making you and your family sick. At the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we’ve heard your concerns and we’re looking for answers. CDC is conducting air quality tests inside trailers. And will be conducting health studies to see what the effects are on the families who live in them. MAN: What should I do? WOMAN: What should I do? WOMAN: I need answers. ANNCR: We’re working to find answers. In the meantime, there are steps you can take to improve the air quality in your home. Steps such as opening a window, if you can, to let in fresh air, never smoking inside your trailer, as well as finding and getting rid of mold can improve the air dramatically. For more information call 1-800-CDC- INFO. That’s 1-800-CDC-I-N-F-O. A message from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services.