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    Times Herald-RecordGet black mold out of your houseTimes Herald-Record“Black mold” can refer to a large variety of mold types, although it most commonly describes the highly toxigenic (toxin-producing) Stachybotrys — which actually tends to be blackish-green in hue. Many other types of black-colored mold are quite harmless.
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Mold Sickness

The Symptoms of Mold Illness and Mold Sickness. If you have Abnormal Levels of Mold, Fungus, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium in your Body you Need to find out as soon as Possible!

When you Know Why You’re Sick, Getting Well is the Next Step

Exposure to fungus, mold, mycotoxins and mycobacterium in your environment can cause multiple mold sickness symptoms, adverse health effects, disease  in human beings, and domestic animals such as dogs, cats, birds etc…

Symptoms of Mold Sickness and Mold Illness

The following symptoms are commonly reported with short-term or low levels of exposure to Fungus, Mold, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium’s

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