Environmental Health

Smoke and Soot Undermine Health

Smoke and soot are the waste products of combustion. Typically, we think of forest or house fires as causing smoke and soot. Smoke and soot are also produced when we drive our cars and heat our homes. Other sources of smoke and soot include incinerators, the generation of electricity by burning coal, manufacturing plants, barbecues,…

Mold Toxicity is No Joke!

Imagine, each day you wake up feeling exhausted. You have trouble concentrating. Small irritations make you fly off the handle. Eventually, you are unable to get out of bed. Mold toxicity is no joke. The byproducts of indoor mold include mold spores and mycotoxins. Common health problems from mold toxicity include skin problems, nausea, headaches,…

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