Video is now available along with your original post. There is one other factor you might want to look into (not just formaldehyde) is something called Microban. Microban is an antibacterial product added to Torlys products (and many, many others). Microban is known as a "hormone disrupter" and has a moratorium on it's use in the USA. Europe is trying to phase out its use altogether. Products that have contained it in the past are allowed to continue until further legal motions have moved forward. Torlys advertises multiple "additives" to make their floors "better", like Microban and joint lock. All of these are chemicals. To anyone with a chemical sensitivity, these will cause upset with their health. I'm sorry this has happened. The "MDF" is actually "HDF" (no matter) which would have been E1 tested/approved before it was used in their flooring. Torlys uses this HDF for all of it's products. The cork flooring = no concerns with off-gassing or formaldehyde. That means we need to look at the wood on top or some of the other additives in the flooring. Formaldehyde is not the only thing to cause upset to human health. Sadly, countries like NZ, Australia and Canada (to name a few 1st world countries) do not have their own "indoor air quality" laws/regulations which means we have to make "case law" with each new health scare. I'm sorry you had to go through this. I hope you are feeling better soon.