Environmental Health

Molds are fungi that are found virtually everywhere, indoors, and outdoors. Mold can cause or worsen certain illnesses (e.g. some allergic and occupation-related diseases and infections in health care settings). No conclusive evidence exits, however, to associate mold exposure with a multitude of other health problems, such as pulmonary hemorrhage or memorly loss. The Centers for Disease Control and prevention conducts and supports activities to investigate the effect of mold on human health, to assist states in responding to concerns about mold, and to investigate concerns of employees and employers.

  • State Department of Indoor Air Quality
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Testing




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