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Your House May Be Breeding
an Unwelcome Intruder – Mould

 The Ottawa-based Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) warns on its web site that "if you live in a damp house, or have ever experienced flooding, your house may be breeding an often invisible and always unwelcome intruder - mould." Ken Ruest, Senior Researcher with the CMHC points out that, "a lot of people are unaware that there's a toxic mould problem until their house is so badly affected they can't live in it anymore.”

Advanced Australian Mold Growth on Wall. June, 2011.

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Advanced Australian Mold Growth on Ceiling and Wall. June, 2011

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Medical Effects of Exposure to Toxic Mold
The most common medical effects of exposure to toxic mold are:
          1. Non-specific airway inflammation.
          2. Allergic reaction [skin, eyes, nose].
          3. Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis [an allergic lung disease].
          4. Chronic Fatigue-like symptoms [CFIDS].
          5. Immune suppression.
          6. Central Nervous System dysfunction [vertigo, memory,
              irritability, concentration, and verbal dysfunction].
          7. Gastro-intestinal tract, heart, liver, and kidney damage.
          8. Cancer [carcinogenic mycotoxins].

Sources: Johanning, E., M.D.; Landsgergis, P., Ph.D.: Clinical Findings Related to Indoor Fungal Exposure---Review of Clinical Data of a Specialty Clinic; Bioaerosols, Fungi and Mycotoxins: Health Effects, Assessment, Prevention and Control, 1999.

Top Dozen Mold Health Problems According 

    To U.S. Govt's General Accounting Office

The September 30, 2008, U.S. Government Accounting Office (GAO) summary of the health effects caused by exposure to mold ("INDOOR MOLD," and subtitled, "Better Coordination of Research on Health Effects and More Consistent Guidance Would Improve Federal Efforts") reported that the following are the top dozen most commonly-reported mold health problems reported in thirty-two (32) federal government mold studies and reports:

1. Asthma, asthma triggers, or asthma symptoms (such as episodes
    or attacks)
2. Upper respiratory tract symptoms
3. Eye symptoms
4. Skin symptoms
5. Allergies or allergic reactions (symptoms not otherwise specified)
6. Wheeze
7. Cough
8. Difficulty breathing, trouble breathing, or shortness of breath
9. Infections (including those affecting people who have chronic lung disease).
10. Adverse effects to the nervous system
11. Fungal colonization or opportunistic infections in immune-compromised
12. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis

Who Is At Greatest Risk When Exposed to Mold?

Exposure to mold is not healthy for anyone inside buildings. It is important to quickly identify and correct any moisture sources before health problems develop. The following individuals appear to be at higher risk for adverse health effects of molds:

  • Infants and children

  • elderly

  • immune compromised patients (people with HIV infection, cancer chemotherapy, liver disease, etc.)

  • pregnant women

  • individuals with existing respiratory conditions, such as allergies, multiple chemical sensitivity, and asthma.

    Source:  California Department of Health

Mold Causes Baby Breathing Problems

Exposure to high levels of fungi made breathing problems much more likely for infants. For example, infants who lived in homes with high levels of one type of fungi--Zygomycetes--were nearly twice as likely to develop problems as other infants.

To determine whether a home is likely to cause breathing problems for an infant, the medical study authors recommend not only looking for wet spots and mould, but also measuring fungi levels. SOURCE: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine July 15, 2003

Microbial Pollution

“Microbial pollution is a key element of indoor air pollution, and it is caused by hundreds of species of bacteria and fungi, in particular filamentous fungi (mould), growing indoors when sufficient moisture is available. Problems of indoor air quality are recognized as important risk factors for human health in both low-income and middle- and high-income countries. Indoor air is also important because populations spend a substantial fraction of time within buildings. In residences, day-care centres, retirement homes and other special environments, indoor air pollution affects population groups that are particularly vulnerable due to their health status or age. Microbial pollution involves hundreds of species of bacteria and fungi that grow indoors when sufficient moisture is available. Exposure to microbial contaminants is clinically associated with respiratory symptoms, allergies, asthma and immunological reactions” noted the World Health Organization in its report “WHO Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality: Dampness and Mould,” published July 16, 2009

Mold Causes Chronic Sinus Infections
"Fifty percent [50%] of homes contain problem molds.  A new medical study attributes nearly 100% of chronic sinus infections to mold. A 300% increase in the asthma rate over the past 20 years has been linked to molds," as reported in USA WEEKEND, Dec. 3-5, 1999.

All Molds Can Cause Health 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." The
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, March, 2001.

The Top Health Symptoms or Signs
     that Mold Is Affecting Your Health

Here are the top health symptoms or signs that you or a family member may be suffering from allergy to mold or having asthma triggered by mold exposure. A mold victim may suffer one or several of these symptoms at the same time.

  • memory loss or memory difficulties and/or Alzheimers Disease-like symptoms

  • learning difficulties or mental functioning problems

  • feeling lost or "disconnected" from what's happening around you

  • headaches

  • seizures

  • runny nose (rhinitis)

  • clear, thin, watery mucus from your nose may appear suddenly

  • sinus congestion and sinus problems

  • thick, green slime coming out of nose (from sinus cavities)

  • coughing and resulting sore lungs/chest from excessive coughing

  • coughing up blood

  • bleeding lungs

  • difficulty breathing

  • hives

  • itching of the nose, mouth, eyes, throat, skin, or any area

  • redness of the sclera (white of your eyes)

  • skin rashes

  • skin redness

  • open skin sores and lacerations

  • sneezing

  • sneezing fits (more than three sneezes in a row, happening often)

  • vomiting

  • diarrhea

  • chronic, excessive, or continued fatigue

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Advanced and dangerous Stachybotrys mold growth in side the attic area above the ceiling of an expensive, high-rise condominium in Makati City, Philippines. Picture taken by Certified Environmental Hygienist Divine Montero, March, 2011.

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