Remove Mold and Asthma at the Same Time

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Findings from home inspections published in Pediatrics show moisture damage and mold growth specifically in a child’s living area links to the risk of developing asthma, chronic asthma and respiratory symptoms during the first six years of life.

Mold visible in a child’s bedroom resulted in a 4.82fold increased risk of asthma. Moisture damage alone did hot have the same association.

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