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Why Mold and Why Now?

We are especially interested in one presenter’s comments during the public ASHRAE session. Joseph Lstiburek, Ph.D., P.Eng., of Building Science Corp., Westford, Mass., has entitled his presentation, “What Happened? Why Mold and Why Now?” As quoted elsewhere in this...

Allergies to Mold

Typically “fresh” air contains more mold spores than pollen grains. Mold and mold spores are in the air year-round, indoors and out. Mold and fungi reproduce by giving off huge numbers of mold spores into the air, similar to plants releasing pollen. When mold spores...

Living with Mold Linked to Severe Asthma

Living with Mold Linked to Severe Asthma: Study September 8th, 2010 A new study highlights the risk of household mold, which may increase the risk of severe asthma attacks among people with certain genes. The study was published online last month in the American...