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Mold Health Information
Individuals with the Greatest Risk when exposed to mold
Exposure to mold isn't healthy for anyone. However, the following individuals have the greatest risk for adverse health effects of mold. These include: infants and children, the elderly, immune compromised patients, pregnant women, and individuals with respiratory conditions such as allergies, multiple chemical sensitivity and asthma.
Although no studies have been made it has been our observation that the homemaker, moms or those spending the most time around the mold are at the greatest at risk because of the longer duration of the exposure.
Most Common Health Symptoms From Mold Exposure
Associated neurological symptoms most noted include chronic fatigue, headaches,memory loss, loss of concentration, difficulties in logical thinking and learning. Respiratory indications noted are clear, thin, watery mucus drips or green discharge coming from the nose, sneezing, coughing, sore lungs or chest, and in difficulty breathing. Dermatological: Skin redness, rashes and open sores, hives, itching nose, mouth, eyes, throat or skin. Ocular: redness of the sclera, the white part of the eye.
Questions and Answers on Toxic Molds
Q 1. I heard about toxic molds that grow in homes and other buildings present a biohazard. Should I be concerned about a serious health risk to me and my family? Q 2. How common is mold, including Stachybotrys chartarum (also known by its synonym Stachybotrys atra) in buildings? Q 3. How and why are children so susceptible to mold related illness? Q 4. What is Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra)? Q 5. Are there any circumstances where people should vacate a home or other building because of mold? Q 6. Who are the people who are most at risk for health problems associated with exposure to mold? Q 7. How do you know if you have a mold problem? Q 8. Does Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) cause acute idiopathic pulmonary hemorrhage among infants? Q 9. What if my child has acute idiopathic pulmonary hemorrhage? Q 10. What are the potential health effects of mold in buildings and homes? Q 11. How do you get the molds out of buildings, including homes, schools, and places of employment? Q 12. What should people to do if they determine they have Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) in their buildings or homes? Q 13. How do you keep mold out of buildings and homes? Q 14. I found mold growing in my home; how do I test the mold? Q 15. A qualified environmental lab took samples of the mold in my home and gave me the results. Can CDC interpret these results? Summary
Q 1. I heard about toxic molds that grow in homes and other buildings. Should I be concerned about a serious health risk to me and my family? A. YES. The biohazards presented by molds that may contain mycotoxins should be considered the same as other common molds which can grow in your house. There is always a little mold everywhere - in the air and on many surfaces. There are very few case reports that toxic molds (those containing certain mycotoxins) inside homes can cause unique or rare health conditions such as pulmonary hemorrhage or memory loss. These case reports are rare, and a causal link between the presence of the toxic mold and these conditions has not been proven. A commonsense approach should be used for any mold contamination existing inside buildings and homes. The common health concerns from molds include hay fever-like allergic symptoms. Certain individuals with chronic respiratory disease (chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, asthma) may experience difficulty breathing. Individuals with immune suppression may be at increased risk for infection from molds. If you or your family members have these conditions, a qualified medical clinician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment. For the most part, one should take routine measures to prevent mold growth in the home. Free BIOHAZARD labels from New Jersey Mold Inspection.
Q 2. How common is mold, including Stachybotrys chartarum (also known by its synonym Stachybotrys atra) in buildings? A. Molds are very common in buildings and homes and will grow anywhere indoors where there is moisture. The most common indoor molds are Cladosporium, Penicillium, Aspergillus, and Alternaria. We do not have accurate information about how often Stachybotrys chartarum is found in buildings and homes. While it is less common than other mold species, it is not rare.
Q 3. How and why are children so susceptible to mold related illness? A. Children given their years have not had an opportunity to fully develop their immune systems. Recent studies indicate a large variety of illnesses associated with mold in recent studies. Q 4. What is Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra)? A. Stachybotrys chartarum (also known by its synonym Stachybotrys atra) is a greenish-black mold. It can grow on material with a high cellulose and low nitrogen content, such as fiberboard, gypsum board, paper, dust, and lint. Growth occurs when there is moisture from water damage, excessive humidity, water leaks, condensation, water infiltration, or flooding. Constant moisture is required for its growth. It is not necessary, however, to determine what type of mold you may have. All molds should be treated the same with respect to potential health risks and removal.
Q 5. Are there any circumstances where people should vacate a home or other building because of mold? A. Absolutely. Although some will tell you these decisions have to be made individually if you believe you are ill because of exposure to mold in a building, you should consult your physician to determine the appropriate action to take. If you are experiencing discomfort and have a severe reaction we will tell you to leave such a building until there has been a health investigation.
Q 6. Who are the people who are most at risk for health problems associated with exposure to mold? A. Infants are most at risk. Then people with respiratory problems and allergies may be more sensitive to molds. People with immune suppression or underlying lung disease are more susceptible to fungal infections.
Q 7. How do you know if you have a mold problem? A. Large mold infestations can usually be seen or smelled. In most cases when visiting guests start with an allergic type reaction that is often wrongfully attributed to a pet cat or dog. Q 8. Does Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) cause acute idiopathic pulmonary hemorrhage among infants? A. The 1997 Cleveland cases were attributed to Stachbotrys but that has since been reconsidered. To date, a possible association between acute idiopathic pulmonary hemorrhage among infants and Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) has not been proved. Further studies are needed to determine what causes acute idiopathic hemorrhage.
Q 9. What if my child has acute idiopathic pulmonary hemorrhage? A. Parents should ensure that their children get proper medical treatment.
Q 10. What are the potential health effects of mold in buildings and homes? A. Mold exposure does not always present a health problem indoors as it may not be in the active spore producing stage. However some people are sensitive to molds. These people may experience symptoms such as nasal stuffiness, eye irritation, or wheezing when exposed to molds. Some people may have more severe reactions to molds. Severe reactions may occur among workers exposed to large amounts of molds in occupational settings, such as farmers working around moldy hay. Severe reactions may include fever and shortness of breath. People with chronic illnesses, such as obstructive lung disease, may develop mold infections in their lungs.
Q 11. How do you get the molds out of buildings, including homes, schools, and places of employment? A. In most cases mold can be removed by a thorough cleaning with bleach and water. If you have an extensive amount of mold and you do not think you can manage the cleanup on your own, you may want to contact a professional who has experience in cleaning mold in buildings and homes.
Q 12. What should people to do if they determine they have Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) in their buildings or homes? A. Mold growing in homes and buildings, whether it is Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) or other molds, indicates that there is a problem with water or moisture. This is the first problem that needs to be addressed. Mold can be cleaned off surfaces with a weak bleach solution. Mold under carpets typically requires that the carpets be removed. Once mold starts to grow in insulation or wallboard the only way to deal with the problem is by removal and replacement. We do not believe that one needs to take any different precautions with Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra), than with other molds. In areas where flooding has occurred, prompt cleaning of walls and other flood-damaged items with water mixed with chlorine bleach, diluted 10 parts water to 1 part bleach, is necessary to prevent mold growth. Never mix bleach with ammonia. Moldy items should be discarded.
Q 13. How do you keep mold out of buildings and homes? A. As part of routine building maintenance, buildings should be inspected for evidence of water damage and visible mold. The conditions causing mold (such as water leaks, condensation, infiltration, or flooding) should be corrected to prevent mold from growing.
- Keep humidity level in house below 50%.
- Use air conditioner or a dehumidifier during humid months.
- Be sure the home has adequate ventilation, including exhaust fans in kitchen and bathrooms.
- Use mold inhibitors which can be added to paints.
- Clean bathroom with mold-killing products.
- Do not carpet bathrooms.
- Remove and replace flooded carpets.
Q 14. I found mold growing in my home; how do I test the mold? A 14. Generally, it is not necessary to identify the species of mold growing in a residence, and CDC does not recommend routine sampling for molds. Current evidence indicates that allergies are the type of diseases most often associated with molds. Since the susceptibility of individuals can vary greatly either because of the amount or type of mold, sampling and culturing are not reliable in determining your health risk. If you are susceptible to mold and mold is seen or smelled, there is a potential health risk; therefore, no matter what type of mold is present, you should arrange for its removal. Furthermore, reliable sampling for mold can be expensive, and standards for judging what is and what is not an acceptable or tolerable quantity of mold have not been established.
Q 15. A qualified environmental lab took samples of the mold in my home and gave me the results. Can CDC interpret these results?
A 15. Standards for judging what is an acceptable, tolerable, or normal quantity of mold have not been established. If you do decide to pay for environmental sampling for molds, before the work starts, you should ask the consultants who will do the work to establish criteria for interpreting the test results. They should tell you in advance what they will do or what recommendations they will make based on the sampling results. The results of samples taken in your unique situation cannot be interpreted without physical inspection of the contaminated area or without considering the building’s characteristics and the factors that led to the present condition.
Summary: In summary, Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) and other molds may cause health symptoms that are nonspecific. At present there is no test that proves an association between Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) and particular health symptoms. Individuals with persistent symptoms should see their physician. However, if Stachybotrys chartarum (Stachybotrys atra) or other molds are found in a building, prudent practice recommends that they be removed. Use the simplest and most expedient method that properly and safely removes mold.
January 2004 : New Jersey Mold Inspection Services
Mold, Your Health and the Workplace
Some additional information on fungi and fungal diseases at the CDC Web site:
CDC/NCID Division of Bacterial and Mycotic Diseases: Fungal Diseases
NIOSH publication: HISTOPLASMOSIS: Protecting Workers at Risk
Emerging Infectious Diseases article: "Emerging Disease Issues and Fungal Pathogens Associated with HIV Infection" by Neil M. Ampel, M.D. University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Tucson, Arizona, USA
Emerging Infectious Diseases article: "Coccidioidomycosis: A Reemerging Infectious Disease" by Theo N. Kirkland, M.D., and Joshua Fierer, M.D., Departments of Pathology and Medicine, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, San Diego, California, USA
California Department of Health Services
Indoor Air Quality Info Sheet
Mold in My Home: What Do I Do? July 2001
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Airmont 10952, Bardonia 10954, Bear Mountain 10911, Blauvelt 10913, Chestnut Rdg 10977, Chestnut Ridge 10977, Congers 10920, Garnerville 10923, Haverstraw 10927, Hillburn 10931, Monsey 10952, Montebello 10901, Nanuet 10954, New City 10956, Nyack 10960, Orangeburg 10962, Palisades 10964, Pearl River 10965, Piermont 10968, Pomona 10970, Sloatsburg 10974, Sparkill 10976, Spring Valley 10977, Stony Point 10980, Suffern 10901, Tallman 10982, Tappan 10983, Thiells 10984, Tomkins Cove 10986, Valley Cottage 10989, Vly Cottage 10989, W Haverstraw 10993, West Haverstraw 10993, West Nyack 10994
Arden 10910, Bellvale 10912, Blooming Grove 10914, Blooming Grv 10914, Bullville 10915, Campbell Hall 10916, Central Valley 10917, Central Vly 10917, Chester 10918, Circleville 10919, Cornwall 12518, Cornwall Hdsn 12520, Cornwall on Hudson 12520, Cuddebackville 12729, Cuddebackvlle 12729, Florida 10921, Fort Montgomery 10922, Ft Montgomery 10922, Godeffroy 12729, Goshen 10924, Greenwood Lake 10925, Greenwood Lk 10925, Harriman 10926, Highland Falls 10928, Highland Fls 10928, Highland Mills 10930 , Highland Mls 10930, Howells 10932, Huguenot 12746, Johnson 10933, Maybrook 12543, Mid Hudson 12555, Middletown 10940, Middletown 10941, Monroe 10949, Monroe 10950, Montgomery 12549, Mountainville 10953, New Hampton 10958, New Milford 10959, New Windsor 12553, Newburgh 12550, Newburgh 12551, Newburgh 12552, Newburgh 12553, Newburgh 12555, Otisville 10963, Pine Bush 12566, Pine Island 10969, Port Jervis 12771, Rock Tavern 12575 , Salisbury Mills 12577, Salisbury Mls 12577, Scotchtown 10940, Scotchtown 10941, Scotchtown Branch 10940, Scotchtown Branch 10941, Slate Hill 10973, Southfields 10975, Sparrow Bush 12780, Sparrowbush 12780, Sterling Forest 10979, Sterling Frst 10979, Sugar Loaf 10981, Thompson Rdg 10985, Thompson Ridge 10985, Tuxedo Park 10987, Unionville 10988, Vails Gate 12584, Walden 12586, Warwick 10990, Washingtonville 10992, Washingtonvle 10992, West Point 10996, West Point 10997, Westtown 10998
Barryville 12719, Bethel 12720, Bloomingburg 12721, Burlingham 12722, Callicoon 12723, Callicoon Center 12724, Callicoon Ctr 12724, Claryville 12725, Cochecton 12726, Cochecton Center 12727, Cochecton Ctr 12727, Eldred 12732, Fallsburg 12733, Ferndale 12734, Forestburgh 12777, Fremont Center 12736, Fremont Ctr 12736, Glen Spey 12737, Glen Wild 12738, Grahamsville 12740, Hankins 12741, Harris 12742, Highland Lake 12743, Hortonville 12745 , Hurleyville 12747, Jeffersonville 12748, Jeffersonvlle 12748, Kauneonga Lake 12749, Kauneonga Lk 12749, Kenoza Lake 12750, Kiamesha Lake 12751, Lake Huntington 12752, Lew Beach 12758, Liberty 12754, Livingstn Mnr 12758, Livingston Manor 12758, Lk Huntington 12752, Loch Sheldrake 12759, Loch Sheldrke 12759, Long Eddy 12760, Mongaup Valley 12762, Mongaup Vly 12762, Monticello 12701, Monticello 12777, Mountain Dale 12763, Narrowsburg 12764, Neversink 12765, North Branch 12766, Obernburg 12767, Parksville 12768, Phillipsport 12769, Pond Eddy 12770, Port Jervis 12785, Rock Hill 12775, Roscoe 12776, S Fallsburg 12779, Smallwood 12778, South Fallsburg 12779, Summitville 12781, Sundown 12740, Swan Lake 12783, Thompsonville 12784, Westbrookville 12785, Westbrookvlle 12785, White Lake 12786, White Sulphur Springs 12787, Wht Sphr Spgs 12787, Woodbourne 12788, Woodridge 12789, Wurtsboro 12790, Youngsville 12791, Yulan 12792