Mold

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Mold is a fungi that can be found indoors and outdoors. It grows best in warm, damp conditions.

Mold allergies and illness[edit]

Mold affects some people who are sensitive to it. Reactions can be mild causing nasal stuffiness, eye irritation, wheezing, or skin irritation. Some who have severe reactions to mold and who may be in certain occupational settings, such as farming, moldy hay could cause more of a severe reaction.[1] Others can be more sensitive or impacted due to mold in their home, workplace or school leading to Mold illness.[2][3][4]

Treatment[edit]

An Allergist can treat allergies to mold while an Infectious Disease Specialist will treat mold infections.[5]

Learn more[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. CDC - Mold - Basic Facts - Heading: Hold do molds affect people
  2. CDC - Mold - Basic Facts - Heading: My landlord or builder will not take any responsibility for cleaning up the mold in my home. Where can I go for help?
  3. CDC - Mold - Basic Facts - Heading: I'm sure that mold in my workplace is making me sick.
  4. CDC - Mold - Basic Facts - Heading: I am very concerned about mold in my children’s school and how it affects their health.
  5. CDC - Mold - Basic Facts - Heading: What type of doctor should I see concerning mold exposure?


The information provided at this site is not intended to diagnose or treat any illness.

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