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  • The Sick House Doctor is dedicated to helping people cure sick house syndrome. Provides valuable information to help improve indoor air pollution and the health or well being of the household members. The Sick House Doctor gives you information to help you take control of the home’s indoor air health. It will also give you home health rules and home safety procedures which you can apply now. There is usually no reason to perform home health testing when you can just start practicing easy-to-follow preventive measures.
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  • The Sick House Doctor has performed over 400 sick house investigations and is considered a leading specialist in diagosing sick homes and buildings. Mr. Hall has been recommended by doctors, nutritionists and other health professionals for his expertise in diagnosing sick house symptoms also known as "sick house syndrome".
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  • The Sick House Solutions book is the self-help guide to Indoor Air Pollution and helps to resolve many indoor environmental issues. Provides solutions in an easy-to-follow format.
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  • Sign Up below for our Free 10-Part Sick House Doctor Email Mini-Course. We are sure you will find the information in this course very valuable. Once you verify your email, you will receive your first lesson immediately and then subsequent lessons every 2-3 days. Enjoy!
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  • The Sick House Doctor can provide sick house consultant services to help you solve your sick house dilema. Plus, we can help you locate and interview a trustworthy remediator in your area.
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  • Learn indoor air quality tips and all about indoor air problems. Discover the secrets to healthier indoor air.
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  • Here are some valuable "Top 10 Checklists" to help make a Sick House well again! Top 10...Indoor Air Pollutants...Indoor Air Particles...Mold Prevention Tips...Allergy Tips.
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  • Ongoing mold growth problems can adversely affect many home occupants. Acting quickly can prevent or correct conditions that may cause excess mold growth.
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  • While all molds can appear black, it is normally the dreaded Stachybotrys chartarum (also known by its synonym Stachybotrys atra) to which the term black mold is usually referring to.
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  • Color pictures of mold (fungi) which can be found in the indoor environment. Presented as cultured in petri dishes and un-cultured in slides
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  • These are brief descriptions of specific types of mold for general informational purposes only. Different sources and specialists will sometimes disagree on particular mold properties, especially where respiratory illness concerns are involved. Please refer to mold pictures for color pictures of certain molds listed below. Mold is believed to be a primary Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) pollutant causing thousands of allergy symptoms and/or asthma symptoms worldwide.
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  • The terms toxic or deadly mold are really not accurate expressions of the dangers of mold exposure. It is not a mold itself which toxic or poisonous but the mycotxins from the mold.
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  • Can you cure allergies in your own home? The answer is absolutely YES . . . with proper knowledge! Most allergy sufferers spend more time indoors than outdoors because they wish to minimize their exposure to outdoor molds and pollen. However, under certain conditions it is common to measure higher concentrations of molds, bacteria and other pollutants in the indoor environment.
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  • These allergy images and allergy pictures illustrate the fact that allergies are one of the most common illnesses throughout the world. Allergy related illnesses affect as many as 50 million people in the US alone and over 250 million worldwide.
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  • Much has been written about preventing asthma attacks by maintaining control over potential airborne triggers (allergens). In recent years, research has indicated that asthma reactions are actually severe allergic responses to triggers. Asthma reactions in the home environment are more prevelant among children than adults. Asthmatic reactions can be minimized by utilizing some of the same techniques used to manage allergy symptoms. Here are some little known tips which are proven to control these potential asthma allergens in the home environment.
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  • For parents who have an asthma kid or toddlers asthma child or know parents who do, here is the Bill of Rights for Children with Allergies and Asthma.
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  • These asthma images and asthma pictures help tell the story about this terrible disease which afflicts 34 million people in the US and over 300 million worldwide.
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  • These are brief descriptions of sick house and indoor air quality terms for general informational purposes only. Absorption - The physiological process by which toxicants pass body membranes and enter the bloodstream or other body components from the site of exposure. Acute - A condition involving relatively brief periods of time. For CO exposure, acute is defined as an exposure of up to 10-15 hrs or less, involving one major exposure.
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  • There are many possible causes of human sickness which can be caused by living in a sick house! We recently performed an online survey asking over 500 homeowners to choose from a checklist of potential problems that they believe would indicate a "sick house". This survey only included numbers from actual "homeowners" and did not include data from persons renting a home or apartment.
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  • The radon map used by the Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) was developed using five factors to determine radon potential within a local or regional area of the U.S. The E.P.A. states the purpose of this map is to assist National, State, and local organizations to target their resources and to implement radon-resistant building codes. This map is not intended to be used to determine if a home in a given zone should be tested for radon. Homes with elevated levels of radon have been found in all three zones.
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  • Here are some valuable home safety tips to help make your home safer. Here are some common dangers in the home. General Home Safety: Place all important emergency contact information and phone numbers by each telephone. Always have at least one land line (wired) phone in the home. All separate rugs should have nonskid backing. Set the the water heater thermostat to 120 degrees or lower to prevent scalding.
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  • Relative humidity levels can affect the release rate of many indoor air pollutants, their concentrations in the air, and the potential growth of mold organisms. Keeping the Relative Humidity (RH) in the ideal range will help indoor air pollution prevention efforts. The following chart shows you what happens at different levels of RH. Note that humidity levels from 0% to 100% are shown on the bottom horizontal line.
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  • Here are just a few of many success stories from people who have applied the valuable information found in the Sick House Solutions book!
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  • Here are some interesting and useful videos about the subjects you are most interested in such as preventing mold, allergies, asthma as well as home safety and other related issues.
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  • Pollutant particles effect indoor air pollution. Controlling particles in the indoor environment is important for improving and maintaining good indoor air.
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  • If you believe you may have a mold sensitivity or if you have mold present in the home; here are 10 foods you may wish to avoid consuming. Mycotoxins from mold laden foods can make a person with mold allergies experience a miriad of illnesses ranging from a sore stomach, skin rashes to even more serious problems such as asthma.
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  • Electro Magnetic Fields (EMF) are all around us in our modern society. It is believed that moderate exposure to EMF is not a threat to human health. However, long-term exposures to the head area is believed to put a human at a higher possibility of contracting certain cancers. EMF protection should be of paramount concern to all parents who have small children in the home.
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  • Practicing safety in the bathroom is paramount to having a healthy house. The bathroom is typically the smallest and the most dangerous room in the home. It is possible to have a "safety bathroom" by following the important tips below.
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  • Common household chemicals are prevalant in our modern world today and ongoing use of synthetic chemicals can be potentially hazardous to a persons health. However, there is good news because household chemicals are now available as environmentally friendly cleaning products.
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  • Here are the 10 most common indoor air pollutants which can affect indoor air pollution and the health of household members in just about any home, apartment, condominium or other living structure throughout most of the world. Here are some indoor air pollution facts.
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  • It is important to understand airborne particles since they can make up a majority of indoor pollutants found in the home (i.e. mold, bacteria, dust mites, pesticides, insect parts, pollen, etc). Indoor air pollution is the most common cause of all types of allergies in the home environment.
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  • Mold prevention in the indoor environment is a matter of being aware of daily events. Here are some important mold prevention tips that will help you identify key areas of concern.
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  • The practice of allergy prevention can be overly complicated and complex. However, it can be a simple subject and some of its most effective treatments have been all but forgotten. Here are 10 of both new and forgotten tips to help you prevent allergies while in your home environment. Look beyond allergy symptoms.
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  • Dust mites are 1/100th of an inch in length and have translucent bodies and are one of the most prevelant indoor air allergens in the home.
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  • Here are some good alternatives to pesticides as determined from a study by the US Department of Agriculture which compared DEET to other natural mosuito repellents.
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  • Mold can be found in a home in a multitude of places. However, here are the top 10 places it can be found most frequently.
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  • Having safe drinking water in the home is paramount among persons throughout the world. Drinking water quality is also one of the primary focuses of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) in the U.S. and new regulations are added each year. Below is a list of the 10 types of drinking water.
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  • Most all types of allergies can be traced to the exposure to certain airborne contaminants found indoors and/or outdoors. Here are the top 10 causes directly related to an allergy type and which is commonly described within an allergy report.
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  • You can drastically affect the "How To Be Healthy" quotient if you first consider the location to which you move to. If you are considering a move and need help evaluating a potential location, please use the following points.
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  • What causes indoor air pollution and how to prevent poor indoor air quality? Poor Indoor air quality (IAQ) is due to the lack of a scientific method to remove airborne pollutants. Each quart of indoor air can contain tens of thousands of sub-micron invisible particles. Approximately 98-99% of all particles in the typical indoor environment are in the size range of 10 microns or less (by count).
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  • Getting rid of mold can be a long and tedious task. However, the first step to mold cleanup is to stop or control the moisture problem. Mold removal should be attempted once all instructions have been reviewed.
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