Category: All about Mold

Can Mold Come Back After Remediation?

Can Mold Come Back After Remediation? Mold Remediation

So your home has been afflicted with mold, and you’ve called in a specialist to fix your fungal problems. However, the question bears: Can the mold come back? That answer, like many surrounding the fungal organism known as mold, has varying degrees of right and wrong answers. For starters, the determination of returning mold after […]

Side Effects of Mold

Side Effects of Mold mold health

Mold, a common household fungus, has a variety of side effects that can affect both you and your family. Some of the most common of these side effects include watery, itching, and red eyes, wheezing, sneezing, coughing, a runny nose, and skin rashes.  However, side effects from mold can only get more serious from there. […]

Mold Health Studies

Mold Health Studies Mold Health

Mold exposure in human  “Where is the proof?” ask skeptical moldy home sellers, landlords, employers, and unaffected relatives of mold victims. There is actually abundant evidence about the serious impact of my co toxins and mold exposure in human disease. Medical studies in both the military and agricultural environments have discovered that significant health problem […]

Mold Health Symptoms

Mold Health Symptoms Mold Health Symptoms

Fungi can cause health problems to both humans and animals by several different biological mechanisms: infections, allergic or hypersensitivity reactions, irritant reactions, or toxic reactions—reported a 2004 University of Connecticut Health Center report If exposed to elevated levels of indoor mold, some or many residents and workers can experience one or more of most common, […]

Mold Effects (Mold Health Studies)

Mold Effects (Mold Health Studies) Mold Effects

“All molds have the potential to cause health effects. Molds can produce allergens that can trigger allergic reactions or even asthma attacks in people allergic to mold. Others are known to produce potent toxins and/or irritants,” according to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). A number of commonly found mold species are, in fact, toxic […]