Molds & The Affects On Your Health

Cincinnati, OH (PressExposure) August 26, 2009 -- Having a general health issue in which doctors cannot cure? Is your home or workplace making you sick? Ohio Mold Testing & Inspections service discusses possible reasons behind "mystery illnesses". Molds, are by far, the single most reason for airborne health ailments. The site discusses problems with molds, prevention, detection and treatment of such.

Unfortunately, many doctors are unfamiliar with diagnosing mold allergies and illnesses. After months and even years of failed attempts to diagnose and cure a patients illness, molds are usually last on the list of contributing factors to a patients ill health.

As professional mold inspectors and testers in the Cincinnati - Dayton Ohio area, House To Home Inspections LLC [] provides not only certified mold testing & inspection services to Ohio, but also very useful information concerning the affects of molds everywhere in the world. Their web site provides tips on detecting health issues that could be related to molds, recovering from ill health related to elevated mold exposures, the differences between molds & mildews, different mold classifications and the potential adverse health affects of each, what a mold inspection and testing entails, mold clean up processes and much more.

Mold have been known to cause death in infants and immuno-suppressed individuals. Entire homes have been condemned by local officials due to extensive mold infestations. The web site discusses one such case. Common maladies related to mold are upper respiratory infections, asthma, ear nose & throat disorders, general allergies, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, digestive system disorders, headaches, nausea, fever, purulent discharge & more.

Don't put your or your families health in jeopardy, arm yourself with the necessary information to fight back!

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4515 Allison Street,
Ohio 45212,
Phone: 513-255-0298

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Press Release Submitted On: August 26, 2009 at 4:18 am
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