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Robert Corter's Articles in Diseases and Conditions

  • Drive Away That Black Mold
    According to the World Health Organization, " the microbial indoor air pollutants of relevance to health are widely heterogeneous, ranging from pollen and spores of plants coming mainly from outdoors, to bacteria, fungi, algae and some protozoa emitted outdoors or indoors They also include a wide variety of microbes and allergens that spread from p
  • Health Problems Related to Black Mold
    The presence of many biological agents in the indoor environment is due to dampness and inadequate ventilation Excess moisture on almost all indoor materials leads to growth of microbes, such as mold, fungi and bacteria, which subsequently emit spores, cells, fragments and volatile organic compounds into indoor air

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