Can Mold Cause Sinus a Infection?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, GA. receives 32 million reports of chronic sinus infection annually. What percentage of these chronic sinus infections could be caused by mold in homes or workplaces? The case study most often cited to answer that question was conducted at the Mayo Clinic in 1998 and the …

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Can Mold Cause Bronchitis?

More Info:  Mold exposure and inhalation is associated with a significant increase in bronchitis as well as respiratory infections.  When inhaled, mold spores attach themselves to the respiratory tract and cause several respiratory health issues including bronchitis, asthma, sinus congestion, and allergic reactions. [1] Indoor Mold Inhalation Mold can grow anywhere that excess moisture is …

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Can Mold Cause Pneumonia?

Mold is a type of fungus common throughout the world. While mold causes a number of home and commercial problems, it is a powerful respiratory and dermatological irritant. Mold spores can float through the air, can be found growing in moist environments near organic materials or can cling to certain types of building materials such …

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Can You Have Pneumonia Without Fever?

Pneumonia Infections Pneumonia results from infection with a robust microbe, including bacteria, viruses and fungi, that overcome your immune system’s defenses and cause you to develop symptoms which mimic those of influenza. Once one of these microbes gains access to your lungs and multiples to a level which causes illness, you will begin to feel …

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Will Pneumonia Go Away By Itself?

Pneumonia is a respiratory illness in which fluid sits in the lungs and causes symptoms, such as coughing, chest pain, fever and other cold-like symptoms. However, unlike the common cold, pneumonia can be dangerous. Depending on the type of pneumonia you have, it may go away on its own. Other types of pneumonia require treatment. …

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