Mold has an adverse affect on the very sick, the very old and the very young. That’s why ByebyeMold’s most recent ads on Facebook show an infant in the arms of his concerned father. Every parent is going to be concerned about the quality of their indoor air, especially if they know the findings of the University of Cincinnati, EPA, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital who performed a decade long study assessing the children’s health and exposure to indoor molds and allergens, Reponen et al. report these findings in an upcoming issue of The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI). They discovered that mold exposure in infancy was a major risk factor for these babies devloping asthma.
If you have young children in your home, or are expecting soon, you should have the area tested. If you are in California, who better than ByeByeMold?