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Sick From Mold
                 Sick from Mold Sick from Mold Exposure
 

INFECTIONS FROM MOLD

Yes, they are real and they are called "Fungal Infections".

Fungal Infections are much more common than anyone would ever believe. Most family physicians can not tell the difference between a bacteriological infection and a Fungal infection just by looking at them. Fungal infections actually mimic infections caused by bacteria and look the same to the naked eye. This is the reason that the majority of fungal infections are misdiagnosed.

Most family physicians still believe that only infants, the elderly, and the immune compromised are susceptible to Fungal infections. This is completely false.

While infants, the elderly, and the immune compromised are at greater risk to infections caused by Mold, the facts show that normal adults exposed to Mold are at risk to infection as well.

MOLD GROWS

Yes, Mold can grow within and on the human Body.

Most of the Mold Remediation Specialists treat Mold as a “particulate”, this is wrong. Mold is a “Microbial”, a living growing organism. Once Mold is introduced into a host, such as the human body, it will start to incubate and begin to colonize or grow inside the human host. Medical proof shows that Mold you breath in, eat, or come in contact with your skin can begin to grow and colonize within and on the human body.

Athlete’s Foot: Is the most common form of a Mold or “Fungal” infection on the human body.

Jock Itch:         Is also a very common Fungal infection on the human body.

These types of Fungal infections infect more than infants and the elderly, but some how modern medicine has forgotten about these flesh rotting Fungi.

We hope the following web pages will help you in your quest for better health, and will aid you in understanding what doctors really know about Mold and Fungal infections.

 

                                                                                                           
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