mold allergies: Welcome to spring! - 06/05/12 01:23 PM
          Winter in the South this year appears to be nearly over.  People are getting out into their yards, planting flowers and gardens, and enjoying the sunshine; however, for some the season change brings something not at all pleasant.  It brings asthma and allergies.  According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, one of every five people in the United States will be struck by asthma or allergies.  The group also states that of the 20 million Americans who have asthma, fifty percent of them have asthma that is related to allergies.  For some it may seem … (1 comments)

mold allergies: Familiar with the term Aspergillius? - 05/13/12 02:49 PM
    Have you ever heard of Aspergillus Penicillium?  It sounds like penicillin has been used as an antibiotic since the 1900s, and they are somewhat related. The truth is, however, that it’s a dangerous type of mold that has been found in homes in many places.  Since there are hundreds of types of mold and some of them are helpful, you need to be able to distinguish among them to see whether or not you have a problem.  You should also remember that mold removal and remediation vary depending on many factors. Most people have mold checked out after they spot … (1 comments)

mold allergies: Fixing Your Mold Problem Or Putting a Band Aid On Your Problem? - 05/10/12 12:05 PM
Have you taken a look lately at places within your home that may be harboring dangerous mold?  For example, when was the last time you checked under your sinks, around toilets or tubs, on ceilings where water may have entered your home, in basements, or in crawl spaces or attics?  These are all likely places to find mold, and if you find it, you must remove it for the health and well-being of those who live there.  Mold comes in thousands of species, multiple colors, and varying degrees of toxicity.  Some molds are relatively easy to remove, and others are very … (1 comments)

mold allergies: Is Your Family as Safe as You Think? - 04/29/12 02:31 PM
          Last January our family was blessed with a new addition, a precious little girl, my third grandchild.  If you’re a grandparent, you know the delight and inexplicable feeling when that child first smiles at you and melts your heart.  I can truly say there is nothing I wouldn’t do for her or to protect her.  That’s why I’ve been doing some research lately on the internet about allergies.  Both of her parents suffer from migraines and other painful symptoms caused by allergies.  I was disappointed to find that she’s 75% more likely to have allergic reactions since … (0 comments)

mold allergies: Varying levels of health risks associated with mold exposure. - 04/25/12 09:35 AM
Mold is a sneaky thing that can creep into the tiniest of crevices where it will fester, unnoticed for years. Mold spores can multiply very quickly, so even if it is left for a couple days, it can start to spread. Not only is that incredibly gross, it’s also quite dangerous.  As mold grows, it produces a variety of mycotoxins including trichothecenes, beta glucans, nitric oxides and aflatoxins, which is why it can affect people in so many different ways.  Mold can cause a lot a health issues, ranging from mild allergic reactions to serious diseases including lung cancer.
The minor effects … (4 comments)

mold allergies: Sensible Mold Allergy Information - 04/23/12 09:35 AM
        A friend of mine recently joked that he might just paint his auto yellow so that it would match the pollen that covered his car every day.  The overabundance of pollen may seem like a nuisance to some, but spring is an especially miserable season for people with allergies.  Whether they are seasonal and change with the weather, or year long and change when you go indoors or outside, allergies are at least irritating, and at their worst can cause real damage to your health if not diagnosed and treated properly. One of the most common types of … (1 comments)

mold allergies: Do You Know The Difference Between Allergies and Mold Symptoms? - 01/16/12 11:33 AM
I have spoken a lot in the past about mold and its toxic effects on humans…especially children. I have written article after article on how to find mold in your home, how to get rid of mold and even how to hire an expert in the area to help you when you are over run with mold.
 What I have never talked about is how to spot the signs and symptoms of mold when you don’t know that it is in your home. Mold can grow and hide anywhere, so unless you have somebody come to your home and inspect … (3 comments)

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