Doctor Talks About How Mold Makes People Sick
Earlier this month, there was a story about military families getting ill from mold in their water damaged homes. One of the interesting facts brought out from this story is the fact that some people are more susceptible to mold illness than others, and the answer lies in their genes.
Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker wrote a book about mold and its effects on humans. In the interview below, he explains why just being in a water-damaged building can cause serious illness in 25% of the population.
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