The Growing Hazard of Mold: How to Stay One Step Ahead of a Mold Spore

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Photo Credits

Images were obtained by conducting Google searches. We gratefully acknowledge the following sources for our images:
  • Anita Bryant--www.artsjournal.com
  • Cancer--squidoo.com
  • Dust mite--www.camden.rutgers.edu
  • Ed McMahon--lawofhollywoodland.wordpress.com
  • Erin Brockovich-Ellis--media.collegepublisher.com
  • Food table--www.denvergov.org
  • Inflammation--http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v435/n7043/images/435752a-f1.2.jpg
  • Mold Home--tpchd.org
  • Piggy bank--www.e-potpourri.com
  • Sick building--www.encasement.com
  • Sinus--www.sinusinfectionproblems.com
  • Stachybotrys sp.--www.phsc-web.com
  • Water heater--www.ehow.com