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Category Archives: Mold and Parkinson’s Disease

Mold Toxicity and The Brain!

Mold Toxicity and The Brain! - Does mold cause depression? According to some researchers it does. If you or anyone in your home or business begins to experience mood disorders and you suspect mold is the cause, call First Call Restoration, 845-226-0868, serving Poughkeepsie, Hopewell Junction, and Newburgh, New York areas!

Do You Have Mold Toxicity Or Mental Illness?

One fascinating thing I’d like to point out: Dr. Shoemaker has often said that it’s about 25% of the population is susceptible to biotoxin-associated illness. When you add …

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Mold Exposure!

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Mold Exposure - MS is caused by the degeneration of the myelin sheath. When this occurs, nerve messages are not transmitted properly. The exact cause of MS is unknown. Several theories focus on genetics, viruses, climate, geography, and environment. Some researchers think mold may be a factor because exposure to Stachybotrys or Chaetomium, can destroy the myelin sheath causing many of the same symptoms that MS victims have. This article explains why some people diagnosed with MS could actually be suffering from toxic mold exposure.

Toxic Mold Exposure Might Be Associated With Multiple Sclerosis!

In addition to respiratory illnesses like asthma and chronic sinusitis that are linked to mold, there is mounting evidence that mold affects the brain.

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Could Mold Trigger Parkinson’s Disease?

Could Mold Trigger Parkinson's Disease? - Is There A Link Between Mold and Parkinson's Disease? Researchers from Rutgers and Emory Universities believe there is. The purpose of this article is to explain why and how mold could be a possible cause of Parkinson's Disease.

Mold and Parkinson’s Disease!

To date, we have published 32 articles on our blog because one of the goals of First Call Restoration is to help consumers in our service area gain awareness of mold and indoor …

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