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Mold remediation is an industry where most mold remediation companies today use 30 year old technology to combat mold. Our product remediates and kills the antigen of the mold spore; (The immune system reacts when special substances called “antigens” enter the body. Antigens are usually found on germs such as infectious bacteria or viruses. The immune system reacts to neutralize these germs and prevent infections. Antigens are also found on harmless material such as mold spores) we will explain how we can simultaneously eliminate many other health threats with this same application. AuntieGen provides a written warranty and we stand behind our work.
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Extremely cost-effective for new construction as it can protect the builder from future claims, while protecting their customers checkbooks. In addition our product and service has a greater scope beyond mold treatment. A key market need that is also addressed by our business is the decontamination of Drug Houses, (Meth Labs) Crime Scene Clean up and Air Duct Decontamination.
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The mission of AuntieGen, Inc. is to create healthier living areas for our families, cure sick building syndrome for our students and employees by annihilating all infectious living and toxic organisms. We achieve this through our product that becomes Bio-degradable .
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Allergic Reaction to Mold May Trigger Bronchiectasis in COPD Patients, Study in Belgium Reports
An allergic reaction to mold may increase the risk of people with COPD developing bronchiectasis, a disorder that involves damaged lung airways, according to researchers in Belgium.
The team at University Hospitals Leuven and KU Leuven reported that antibodies against the common mold Aspergillus (A.) fumigatus were much more common in COPD patients than in healthy people. They also reported a connection between the mold and bronchiectasis.
Why disaster recovery is a long, slow process
There are two distinct phases to disasters like hurricanes Harvey and Irma: the immediate response, generally lead by FEMA, which seeks to ensure residents in the path of the storm are safe, dry and fed. As the flood waters recede, that response then gives way to the long-term recovery.
Funding for this second phase requires a special appropriation from Congress, which can take weeks. Once passed, much of the housing money typically flows through the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and then into community block grants to state and local governments.
Inside Moldy, Largely Destroyed Houston Apartments, the Rent Is Due [UPDATED]
Arthuro Martinez is sleeping on a couch, without cushions, in the middle of his largely destroyed and musty apartment. Carlos Adolfo Rubio and his wife, Gloria, are sharing one mattress with their two children, after losing just about everything else. And Maria Soto says no matter what room she and her kids sleep in — two of them have autism — there is mold growing on the walls. There is mold growing on all of their walls. But the rent is due.
In Harvey’s aftermath, mold and waiting. Lots of waiting.
They idled the afternoon away, stationed behind a barricade of half-inch plywood that kept the boat wake from rolling through their front door. The water on the street had turned from clear to brown, and gone up and down for days. Drew Connor, 33, gauged its height where it lapped at the bricks on his mailbox pillar. “It looks like it’s gone down a brick,” he told his wife. Water had not crept into their home in west Houston, but with no Internet or television, he and his wife, Hailey Hughes, had little to do but sit on the stoop, and wait — as their neighborhood reverted to wilderness. Fish hawks hunted on the streets. The night buzzed like a jungle. Houses began to decay.
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