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Why Mold Matters

If you have mold in your house, it’s important to act quickly to address it to avoid serious health risks. The symptoms of mold exposure include asthma, skin irritation, and eye irritation, and mold exposure can be serious for children and the elderly as well as for pregnant women. Mold is found both outdoors as well

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Efficient Buildings, Cost Savings for Health Facilities

The need for moderate to major building improvements in health and elderly care facilities across the nation is staggering. Although the need for building renovations creates an opportunity to improve energy efficiency, which can lead to energy cost savings in the long run. In addition, performing routine preventive maintenance can

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Airborne Effects on Human Health

Ultra-Fine Particles, Microscopic Threats to Your Health Microscopic particles in the air we breathe can contribute to immediate raspatory function but also disease as well. Both the outside air and the air in your home or workplace can have pollutants – each with their own significant effects on our health. Measured by the amount of

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Indoor Air Pollution, The Toxic Truth

Indoor air pollution has been linked to a wide variety of adverse health effects, including headaches, respiratory problems, frequent colds and sore throats, chronic cough, skin rashes, eye irritation, lethargy, dizziness and memory lapses.  Many people don’t realize that their ”perpetual cold” or other nagging symptoms may be caused by

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Assisted Care Facilities, Air Quality Importance

The population of elderly people will expect to rise from 137 million to 425 million by 2050. Of that population, 15-27 million people will either live in nursing homes or living assisted facilities.              With age, comes with a few complications. Elderly often have compromised immune systems, thus leaving them vulnerable

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Modern Innovation and the Agricultural Industry

Modern innovation has made its way into the agricultural industry, specifically in urban communities more than ever before. The introduction of modern farming, also known as ‘vertical farming, has increased in popularity as new generations appeal to more sustainable lifestyles. In comparison, traditional open field farming is known to cause

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Sick Building Syndrome: Building Related Illnesses

As the world continues to progress utilizing modern technology and design methods, efficient and sustainable buildings are built, however, at the expense of safety and health. Recent data obtained by the U.S. Protection Agency (EPA) shows a staggering 90 percent of the population spend their time indoors. Now more than

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The Importance of Controlling VOC Emissions During Cannabis Production

As of July 2021, 18 states have legalized marijuana, while 37 states have legalized it for medical use. In recent years, the support for the legalization of this formerly stigmatized drug has soared, with more individuals using it for recreational and medical reasons such as relief from ongoing pain and

Why Mold Matters

If you have mold in your house, it’s important to act quickly to address it to avoid serious health risks. The symptoms of mold exposure include asthma, skin irritation, and eye irritation, and mold exposure can be serious for children and the elderly as well as for pregnant women. Mold is found both outdoors as well

Efficient Buildings, Cost Savings for Health Facilities

The need for moderate to major building improvements in health and elderly care facilities across the nation is staggering. Although the need for building renovations creates an opportunity to improve energy efficiency, which can lead to energy cost savings in the long run. In addition, performing routine preventive maintenance can

Airborne Effects on Human Health

Ultra-Fine Particles, Microscopic Threats to Your Health Microscopic particles in the air we breathe can contribute to immediate raspatory function but also disease as well. Both the outside air and the air in your home or workplace can have pollutants – each with their own significant effects on our health. Measured by the amount of

Indoor Air Pollution, The Toxic Truth

Indoor air pollution has been linked to a wide variety of adverse health effects, including headaches, respiratory problems, frequent colds and sore throats, chronic cough, skin rashes, eye irritation, lethargy, dizziness and memory lapses.  Many people don’t realize that their ”perpetual cold” or other nagging symptoms may be caused by

Assisted Care Facilities, Air Quality Importance

The population of elderly people will expect to rise from 137 million to 425 million by 2050. Of that population, 15-27 million people will either live in nursing homes or living assisted facilities.              With age, comes with a few complications. Elderly often have compromised immune systems, thus leaving them vulnerable