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Scientists are trying to get a foothold to show cause and effect in mold exposure:
Evaluating mold exposure and neurologic complaints: no easy answer. Determining if mold is the cause of a patent's neurological complaints is a real challenge, even for the most observant clinician. Mold is a term used for fungi which decomposes organic ma Claims, 3/1/03 by Rutchik, Jonathan S. ·


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Mold delineated: Insurance Services Office has introduced policy language on mold to help insurers limit exposure but retain underwriting flexibility. A California jury awarded $18.5 million to a homeowner in a coverage dispute with his insurance company, an award that a judge later reduced to $3 million. A construction company in Florida pai Best's Review, 2/1/03 by Kevin B. Thompson ·


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Media and mold exposure Mold, despite all the fuss, may be much ado about nothing. Dr. Jack Snyder, the president-elect of the American College of Legal Medicine testified ... Risk Management, 2/1/03 by Randy J. Maniloff ·


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Proactive approaches for mold-free interior environments Interior design education and practice can contribute to the prevention of mold growth in indoor environments. The authors provide an overview of current ... Archives of Environmental Health, 8/1/03 by Katherine Warsco ·


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Expert: no PEL for toxic mold. (Indoor Air Quality).(not yet possible to set permissible exposure limits for mold in indoor air)(Brief Article) As federal and state legislation moves forward to protect workers from indoor toxic mold, an expert in water and air hygiene management believes ... Occupational Hazards, 8/1/02 ·


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MOSS, ALGAE AND MOLD ARE ALL ENEMIES OF BRICKS Dear Mr. HandyPerson: I have a brick walk that has an eastern exposure and gets the morning sun. The bricks have developed a mossy surface on the walk ... uExpress, 6/10/07 by Mark Hetts ·


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Developers take action to mitigate mold during construction More developers are aware of the need to plan ahead when it comes to mold. Why? Simply put, the lending institutions with which they do business are ... Real Estate Weekly, 7/28/04 by Lizandra Rodriguez ·


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Dealing With Mold Exposure Claims Mold claims once represented a known and manageable risk to property owners. Personal injuries from mold were difficult to prove and damages were ... Mondaq Business Briefing, 4/3/02 ·


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Mold Issue Under the Microscope.(cases of real estate regarding dampness in buildings) Byline: G. M. Filisko Two events have put the issue of mold right back in the spotlight again. The first was the January publication of an article calling into question two scientific stu National Real Estate Investor, 3/1/07 by Filisko, G. M. ·


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The Mold Survival Guide For Your Home and For Your Health THE MOLD SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR YOUR HOME AND FOR YOUR HEALTH JEFFREY MAY AND CONNIE MAY Mold is a hot issue today, but the problem dates to biblical ... Science News, 6/5/04 ·


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In many of the cases below, Scientist studied a variety of CFIs (Colony Producing Units) to quantify and qualify their effects on resident human populations. (The fluctuating sample sizes reflect the fact that the statistics program selected only cases from the chart review for which all data in the model were present. CFU = colony-forming unit. CFU can be of any size.)


Mixed mold mycotoxicosis: immunological changes in humans following exposure in water-damaged buildingsThe study described was part of a larger multicenter investigation of patients with multiple health complaints attributable to confirmed exposure to mixed-molds infestation in water-damaged building Source: Archives of Environmental Health, 7/1/03 by Michael R. Gray · More from publication


Mold spreads: suits over health effects from mold increase corporate exposure, especially singe coverage is scarce - Spotlight: insurance Mold spreads: suits over health effects from mold increase corporate exposure, especially singe coverage is scarce.(Spotlight: insurance) Source: CFO: Magazine for Senior Financial Executives, 9/1/03 by Roy Harris


--- Microbial exposure and mold-specific serum IgG levels among children with respiratory symptoms in 2 school buildings In this study, the authors determined the association between serum mold-specific immunoglobulin G (IgG) levels in primary school children (N = 181) with asthma, wheezing, or cough symptoms and expo Archives of Environmental Health, 5/1/03 by Anne Hyvarinen


--- Indoor mold exposure associated with neurobehavioral and pulmonary impairment: a preliminary report Recently, patients who have been exposed indoors to mixed molds, spores, and mycotoxins have reported asthma, airway irritation and bleeding, dizziness, ... Archives of Environmental Health, 7/1/03 by Kaye H. Kilburn · More from publication · Save How to detox your house: wipe out mold, smoke, dust, and other invisible health hazards that have been trapped in your home all winter.(Good advice) It was your cocoon for the cold season--but your airtight home could be harming your family's health. By shutting the windows all winter, you also ... Good Housekeeping, 4/1/07 by Greco, Patricia · ---


Mold exposure in first year of life may lead to asthma - Headliners/ Respiratory Disease Belanger K, Beckett W, Triche E, Bracken MB, Holford T, Ren P, McSharry J, Gold DR, PlattsMills TAE, Leaderer BP. 2003. Symptoms of wheeze and persistent ... Environmental Health Perspectives, 1/1/04 by Jerry Phelps · ---


Mold: the new four-letter word for hoteliers, attorneys.(Hotel operations: mold remediation) Hotel & Motel Management, 11/1/04 by Stacey Mieyal Higgins ·


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Creating mold-free buildings: a key to avoiding health effects of indoor molds In view of the high costs of building diagnostics and repair subsequent to water damage--as well as the large medical diagnostic and healthcare costs ... Archives of Environmental Health, 8/1/03 by Bruce M. Small ·


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Exposure standards needed for mold liability cover; REBEX 2003.(News) Byline: RODD ZOLKOS CHICAGO-The problem of liabilities related to mold exposure are complicated by a lack of exposure standards and regulations related ...


Source: Psychological, neuropsychological, and electrocortical effects of mixed mold exposure Archives of Environmental Health, August, 2003, by B. Robert Crago, Michael R. Gray, Lonnie A. Nelson, Marilyn Davis, Linda Arnold, Jack D. Thrasher


LookSmart's FindArticles - Psychological, neuropsychological, and electrocortical effects of mixed mold exposure
Archives of Environmental Health, August, 2003, by B. Robert Crago, Michael R. Gray, Lonnie A. Nelson, Marilyn Davis, Linda Arnold, Jack D. Thrasher


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Evaluating mold exposure and neurologic complaints: no easy answer. Determining if mold is the cause of a patent's neurological complaints is a real challenge, even for the most observant clinician. Mold is a term used for fungi which decomposes organic ma Claims, 3/1/03 by Rutchik, Jonathan S. ·


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Mold delineated: Insurance Services Office has introduced policy language on mold to help insurers limit exposure but retain underwriting flexibility. A California jury awarded $18.5 million to a homeowner in a coverage dispute with his insurance company, an award that a judge later reduced to $3 million. A construction company in Florida pai Best's Review, 2/1/03 by Kevin B. Thompson ·


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Media and mold exposure Mold, despite all the fuss, may be much ado about nothing. Dr. Jack Snyder, the president-elect of the American College of Legal Medicine testified ... Risk Management, 2/1/03 by Randy J. Maniloff ·


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Proactive approaches for mold-free interior environments Interior design education and practice can contribute to the prevention of mold growth in indoor environments. The authors provide an overview of current ... Archives of Environmental Health, 8/1/03 by Katherine Warsco ·


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Expert: no PEL for toxic mold. (Indoor Air Quality).(not yet possible to set permissible exposure limits for mold in indoor air)(Brief Article) As federal and state legislation moves forward to protect workers from indoor toxic mold, an expert in water and air hygiene management believes ... Occupational Hazards, 8/1/02 ·


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MOSS, ALGAE AND MOLD ARE ALL ENEMIES OF BRICKS Dear Mr. HandyPerson: I have a brick walk that has an eastern exposure and gets the morning sun. The bricks have developed a mossy surface on the walk ... uExpress, 6/10/07 by Mark Hetts ·


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Developers take action to mitigate mold during construction More developers are aware of the need to plan ahead when it comes to mold. Why? Simply put, the lending institutions with which they do business are ... Real Estate Weekly, 7/28/04 by Lizandra Rodriguez ·


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Dealing With Mold Exposure Claims Mold claims once represented a known and manageable risk to property owners. Personal injuries from mold were difficult to prove and damages were ... Mondaq Business Briefing, 4/3/02 ·


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Mold Issue Under the Microscope.(cases of real estate regarding dampness in buildings) Byline: G. M. Filisko Two events have put the issue of mold right back in the spotlight again. The first was the January publication of an article calling into question two scientific stu National Real Estate Investor, 3/1/07 by Filisko, G. M. ·


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The Mold Survival Guide For Your Home and For Your Health THE MOLD SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR YOUR HOME AND FOR YOUR HEALTH JEFFREY MAY AND CONNIE MAY Mold is a hot issue today, but the problem dates to biblical ... Science News, 6/5/04 ·


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Written By:  staff research dept  
Date Posted:  2007-10-05  
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