Mold –Taking a Closer Look — You’ve likely heard a bunch about indoor mold over the past several years–from deadly toxic hysteria to total dismissal by purported experts. Both camps appear to have vested interests in promoting their positions, and commercial or residential consumers are often left to sort out the subsequent messes on their
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By Jeffrey C. May — Mold can pose serious health risks – especially for people with allergies and asthma. The key to controlling mold growth is reducing moisture, whether from leaks, high humidity or variations in temperature in your home. Below are ten tips to help you keep your home drier and thus mold free.
Healthy Indoors Magazine has created an online resource library for information on Flood Recovery SYRAC– — USE – IAQnet LLC has announced a new, free consumer guidance resource through their Healthy Indoors Magazine website, to provide an easy to access central information hub about Flood Recovery. Their new portals includes documents and media from both
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are an estimated 1.5 million different species of fungi on Earth, but only about 300 of those are known to make people sick. Fungi live in the outdoor environment as well as on many indoor surfaces. The CDC has posted a list of 10
Denver police Det. Brian Matos estimates that marijuana is grown in one of every 10 homes in the city By Tom McGhee | email@example.com | The Denver Post PUBLISHED: July 31, 2017 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: July 31, 2017 at 11:21 am David and Christine Lynn paid $398,000 for a home in rural Douglas
The Environmental Information Association National Conference at Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, FL, March 26-29, 2017 Chevy Chase, MD – EIA invites you to join them in Orlando, March 26-29, 2017, to the only conference you’ll need all year. The Annual EIA Conference & Exposition is the source for information on mold identification and remediation,
Build It, and They Will Come Fungi can grow in a variety of environmental conditions, from sopping wet to somewhat dry, through a broad range of temperatures, and on a variety of organic materials. The common link is that fungi require nutrients and moisture to grow. Lacking any internal digestive systems, they gather and break
The January digital edition of Healthy Indoors Magazine’s cover story is on Mold: Sorting the Facts from the Fiction. This issue also has timely articles on Radon and Lead, along with all the other valuable monthly features and information you’ve come to expect! Click here to read the January 2017 Digital Edition now!