I've read that airborne particulates like dust and smog are linked to asthma. Even if we do our best to double-decant sorb when filling our scrubbers (I was just reading another thread on this), aren't we still exposing our lungs to hours of relatively high concentrations of inhaled particulates in the form of slime dust? Is there any evidence of lung disease from years of breathing of this stuff by RB divers?

If so, is this a major reason to jump on the EAC bandwagon?