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Fungus Causes Breathing Problem in Infants
"High fungus levels in the home can cause breathing problems, even pneumonia, for infants, new research suggests."
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Airborne Mold Spores (colony-forming units)
The airborne concentrations of viable fungi in indoor environments are usually in the order of a few to several thousand colony-forming units (CFUs) per cubic metre of air. In a given space, concentrations of fungi are highly variable and depend on such factors as: climate and season, type of fungus, construction, age and use of the building, and ventilation rate. They also depend largely on the sampling and analytical methods used, making valid comparisons between studies difficult. ------from the World Health Organization in its report WHO Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality: Dampness and Mould, published July 16, 2009.

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 "Exposure to certain types of fungi, known as toxic mold, can cause a serious  [allergic] reaction. If you're unlucky, this is the kind of mold you have. If you're  really unlucky, your toxic mold will gird for battle and go to war, secreting  chemicals called mycotoxins, which can find their way into your body, entering  through your nose, mouth, and skin, lodging perhaps in your digestive tract, your  lungs, or your brain. Among these toxins are trichothecenes, which were  rumored to have been used as a biological weapon during the wars in  Afghanistan and Vietnam." warned Lisa Belkin, "Haunted by Mold," NEW  YORK TIMES, Aug. 13, 2001. 

"Over 37 million people have allergies and  many of them are caused by fungus."

Fungal Infection: Do you have it?

Fungal Infection is an infection caused by a fungus, affecting not only people but also animals and plants.

"Fungus irritates the nose and causes allergies."

Fungal infections in humans include Aspergillosis, Blastomycosis, Candidiasis, Coccidioidomycosis, Cryptococcosis, Histoplasmosis, Paracoccidiomycosis, Sporotrichosis, Zygomycosis, Chromoblastomycosis, Eye Infections, Lobomycosis, Mycetoma, Otomycosis, Phaeohyphomycosis, Rhinosporidiosis, and Nail, Hair, and Skin disease (such as: Onychomycosis (Tinea unguium), Piedra, Pityriasis versicolor, Tinea barbae, Tinea capitis, Tinea corporis, Tinea cruris, Tinea favosa, Tinea nigra, and Tinea pedis).
Fungal infection in animals are: ringworm (dermatophytosis) and Cryptococcosis in cats. Disease on chickens is caused by the fungus Microsporum gallinae.

Fungal infection in plants include: smut, rust, ergot, mildew, Dutch elm disease, dry rot, blight, gall, and Clubroot.

The following information is taken from the Federal Emergency Management Agency: "Airborne (Fungal Diseases).  Fungi produce dry spores, which are dispersed on the wind and can travel great distances.  After a fungus has infected an area, it is very difficult to eliminate all of the spores. Although fungicides are helpful, fungi can persist in other hosts, allowing the disease to continue infecting plants for a long time."

"Crop diseases are caused by fungi..."

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Dampness and Inadequate Ventilation are Two Causes
of Microbial Pollution

From the World Health Organization in its report WHO Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality: Dampness and Mould, published July 16, 2009

The presence of many biological agents in indoor environments is attributable to dampness and inadequate ventilation. Excess moisture on almost all indoor materials leads to growth of microbes, such as mould, fungi and bacteria, which subsequently emit spores, cells, fragments and volatile organic compounds into indoor air. Moreover, dampness initiates chemical or biological degradation of materials, which also pollute indoor air. Dampness has therefore been suggested to be strong, consistent indicator of risk of asthma and respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough and wheeze). The health risks of biological contaminants of indoor air could thus be addressed by considering dampness as the risk indicator. Several widely acknowledged global trends contribute to the conditions associated with increased exposure to dampness and mould:

energy conservation measures that are not properly implemented (tightened building envelopes, ventilation deficits, improper insulation);
urbanization (migration, building type and density, urban degradation, housing availability and social inequity);
climate change (increasing frequency of extreme weather conditions, shifting of climate zones); and
the quality and globalization of building materials and components, construction concepts and techniques.

These conditions increase the risks of adverse health effects due to biologicalcontaminants of indoor air.

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