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Are Mold Infections, Athlete’s Foot and Yeast Infections the Same? by Ted K. Posted Fri 20 May 2011 9:06pm Not all fungal infections are created equally and they certainly can’t be treated the same way. Although all three are scientifically part of the Kingdom Fungi, they are different structurally, the way the feed, and the way they reproduce. This is important to know when it comes to diagnosing which type of fungal infection you [...] Read on »
Arizona School Mold Controversy by Andrea Fabry Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Dec 2010 10:05am The following news story appeared in the Arizona Daily Star last Sunday. When teacher Suzanne Anderson discovered mold behind a poster in her classroom this fall, it set off alarm bells. Angela Cupis, the teacher who used the Summit View Elementary School classroom last school year, had spent a nightmarish 2009-2010 assigned there. She was ... Read on »
Mold: A Health Disaster, Part 2 by Pat S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 6:09pm Second Installment: Mold in the house ( Part 1.) Imagine talking on the phone with a doctor 2,500 miles away who is looking at your lab tests and he tells you "There has to be mold in your house." Could the bio-markers that he has learned to read tell him so definitely that I was being exposed to mold? Who has ever heard of that? But ... Read on »
Mold - New Online Chapter ofWellness Piece By Piece by Pat S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:01am Mold has become another major piece of my health puzzle. So I have organized all my posts on the topic as a new online chapter of Wellness Piece By Piece. The Mold chapter... Where do breakthroughs come from? I have been reading about health stuff for over 20 years now as I have tried to find the pieces to my own, seemingly strange heal ... Read on »
Toxic Mold and The Yellow Wallpaper by Andrea Fabry Patient Expert Posted Thu 31 Jan 2013 1:09pm Kristen wrote the following paper in November of 2012 for her college English class. It looks at the short story "The Yellow Wallpaper" and considers the possibility that toxic mold lurks behind the walls.                                                   The Deathly, Decaying Depiction Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the author of “The Yellow Wa ... Read on »
Louis Gossett Jr. and Toxic Mold by Andrea Fabry Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Aug 2010 6:25am Add Louis Gossett Jr.'s name to the growing list of celebrities with a toxic mold story. Not only was he given six months to live at one point, he also fought through kidney and pancreatic cancer. The actor writes about his triumph over death and mold in his newly released memoir, An Actor and a Gentleman. An interview with 74-year-old Gossett ... Read on »
MSU team surprised by results of lung, mold study by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 05 Aug 2011 10:34pm August 03, 2011 By Evelyn Boswell, MSU News Service In the most oxygen-rich environment in the body - the lungs - the scientists discovered a shortage of oxygen. The shortage resulted from inflammation and invasive growth of the mold, which greatly reduced the oxygen available to the pathogenic mold Aspergillus fumigat ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter From COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 17 Sep 2010 7:15pm Volume 10, Issue 42 September 17, 2010 September is “Mold Awareness Month.” Really. Mold can pose a serious health hazard for individuals with respiratory problems. According to the Center for Disease Control, (CDC), there are many types of mold, and some people have allergic reactions to them. Symptoms can include nasa ... Read on »
Treat A Genital Yeast Infection Successfully With This Yeast Infection Treatment And Smile Again! by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 14 Mar 2009 3:18pm One of the many benefits of colon cleansing is that it’s a great Candida cleanser. Candida is basically yeast overgrowth also known as a yeast infection. Yeast infection’s are a very common and under-diagnosed affliction. Even though we all have some yeast in our system, which in small amounts is beneficial. Problems arise when the Candida gets o ... Read on »
Highlights from "A Deep Look Beyond Lyme" by Connie S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 May 2011 2:35am This past weekend, I attended a seminar entitled, "A Deep Look Beyond Lyme," which was hosted by the Klinghardt Academy for the Healing Arts. Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD, was the main presenter. He was joined by a variety of other medical professsionals, including Lyme-literate physician, Susan Marra, ND, and Steven Fry, MD, the founder of Fry L ... Read on »