Respiratory Systems – Positive Findings (studies which show at least a correlation between respiratory disease/symptoms and mold)
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King N, Auger P. Indoor air quality, fungi and health. How do we stand? Can Fam Physician 2002; 48: 298-302.
Jaakkola MS, Nordman H, Piipari R, Uitti J, Laitinen J, Karjalainen A, Hahtola P, Jaakkola JJK. Indoor dampness and molds and development of adult-onset asthma: a population-based incident case-control study. Environmental Health Perspectives 2002; 110(5): 543-547.
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Jacob B, Ritz B, Gehring U, Koch A, Bischof W, Wichmann HE, Heinrich J. Indoor exposure to molds and allergic sensitization. Environmental Health Perspectives 2002; 110(7): 647-653.
Kilburn KH. Indoor mold exposure associated with neurobehavioral and pulmonary impairment: a preliminary report. Arch Environ Health 2003; 58(7): 390-398
Gent JF, Ren P, Belanger K, Triche E, Bracken MB, Holford TR, Leaderer BP. Levels of household mold associated with respiratory symptoms in the first year of life in a cohort at risk for asthma. Environmental Health Perspectives 2002; 110(12): A781-A786.
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Fisk, W.J., Q. Lei-Gomez, and M.J. Mendell. 2007. “Meta-analyses of the associations of respiratory health effects with dampness and mold in homes.” Indoor Air 17(4):284-295.
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Taskinen, T., T. Meklin, et al. 1997. “Moisture and mould problems in schools and respiratory manifestations in schoolchildren: Clinical and skin test findings.” Acta Pædiatrica 86:1181-1187.
Campbell A, Thrasher J, Gray M, Vojdani A. Mold and mycotoxins: effects on the neurological and immune systems in humans. Adv Appl Microbiol 2004; 55: 375-406.
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Kemp, P.C., P. Dingle, et al. 1998. “Particulate matter intervention study: A casual factor of building-related symptoms in an older building.” Indoor Air 8 (3):153-172.
Gunnbjornsdottir MI, Franklin KA, Norback D, Bjornsson E, Gisason D, Lindberg E, Svanes C, Omenaas E, Norrman E, Jogi R, Jensen EJ, Dahlman-Hoglund A, Janson C. Prevalence and incidence of respiratory symptoms in relation to indoor dampness: the RHINE study. Thorax 2006; 61: 221-225.
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