Tag Archives: Air Pollution
It’s amazing to note that there are over 100,000 different types of mold that we co-exist with, which makes it all the more understandable to realize that mold is everywhere and is always with us. Continue reading
Asthma is a disease that has no boundaries. It can affect the old as well as the young; affecting the lungs, it makes it difficult to breathe for millions of Americans. It is incurable, chronic and can be life threatening.
Here are some interesting statistics: Continue reading
Mold is often found when people are remodeling their homes. Because it is often necessary to work with and around the house’s structure, signs of mold that would not normally be seen become very visible. Continue reading
People are more concerned today than ever about pollutants in the air, about the environment and the effect these two things have on them, and especially on their children. And we should be concerned.
One of the environmental and air quality issues we need to be concerned about is Continue reading
Let’s just start off by saying that mold is fungus, which makes up 25% of the earth’s bio mass, and is considered ubiquitous or omnipresent – it’s everywhere.
So, when we talk about removing mold, we must realize that it can never be totally removed or eliminated. Continue reading
Many people think that all they need to do to kill mold once and for all is to use bleach. This works just fine if the mold is on a non-porous surface such as glass, bathtubs or kitchen countertops (why would there be mold on the counter where food is prepared?). Continue reading
We’re all aware of the many air pollutants we can come into contact with when we are outdoors: smog, smoke, and carbon dioxide.
We’re also aware of the respiratory health issues they can cause us. So as a society we do everything we can to keep the air we breath as clean as possible.
Are we as cautious in our homes? Continue reading