Mold in the News scans state and local articles and updates in all publication formats for news about individuals and institutions plagued by mold infestations and sickness. Our goal is to provide information and resources to assist you in designing your own recovery initiatives.

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Michigan Family Finds Toxic Mold Inside Home

As reported first by WZZM 13, Grand Rapids, Michigan, a family in West Michigan learns their medical issues may be caused by living with black mold for years.  After noticing a small amount of mold on a wall and reporting it to their property owner, they learned there was a much more significant amount of […]

California Winter Storms: Water Damage and Mold Exposure Concerns in California

California is known for its sunny skies and warm weather, but this winter was different. The state was hit with a series of powerful storms that brought heavy rains, strong winds, and even hail. The storms have caused widespread damage to homes and businesses across the state, leaving many families to deal with the aftermath. […]

Sense of smell

COVID-19 Symptoms May Include Loss of Taste and Smell

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 epidemic, the press has been warning of symptoms that may indicate potential infection. These symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure. Symptoms may include fever, cough and shortness of breath. More advanced problems are persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion, inability to arouse and bluish lips […]

New Mold Detox Information on the Horizon

In a recent newsletter by Dr. Neil Nathan (newsletter (#24), I read some encouraging news that I would like to share. Evidence suggests that there is new mold detox information on the horizon. This information is based on a combination of research by about 5 doctors who treat mold patients. These doctors originally researched a […]

COVID-19 Courses of Action

For sure, we must all take steps to protect ourselves, our families and our communities. For a moment, let’s all take a deep breath, and think through the things we can do to avoid COVID-19. Follow these COVID-19 courses of action. Avoid anyone who is ill. That’s hard to do, but someone may be contagious […]

Simple and Easy Ways to Prevent the Coronavirus

Do everything you can to protect yourself and enhance your health!! These steps will also prevent the flu as well as the coronavirus COVID-19 from spreading. Most Important Fact COVID-19 is spread from person-to-person between people who are in close contact (within about 6 feet). The respiratory droplets from coughs or sneezes are the culprit. […]

Construction Workers Are Learning to Control Dust and Debris

Summary In Georgia, Construction workers are learning to control dust and debris created during hospital construction. They are taught Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) practices at the Carpenters Local Union in Hermantown, Georgia. Currently, this type of training is not mandatory. The carpenters in training are learning how to seal rooms. They also received instructions […]

Massachusetts Courthouse Shut Down Due to Mold

A recent press release on WebWire raised concerns about the district Massachusetts Courthouse shut down due to mold. The courthouse is located near Boston.

Family sick from mold

NJ Senate Passed Mold Legislation

Summary The NJ Senate Passed Mold Legislation! This is great news for the residents of New Jersey. Unfortunately, it comes too late for thousands of NJ residents who have suffered from loss and mold illnesses.

Complaints of Moldy Schools in 2020

In 2019, some of the most common mold-related news stories carried complaints about moldy schools. As parents, this is disturbing news. There are few things more important than the safety of our children in schools or daycare programs. And, there are already complaints of moldy schools in 2020.

Military housing is terrible.

Residents Complain of Mold in Military Housing

Summary Residents complain of mold in Military housing. Just search Google and check out the list that appears. Actually, it’s astonishing that military families are often exposed to horrible living conditions. The Army released a report in September 2019. It states that residents at 48 of 49 bases have issues. To clarify, top concerns are […] in 2020

In 2019, the editorial staff launched an updated web portal. We managed the process with respect for the hundreds of posts we published over the past 17 years. And, we continued to post current news, information and resources about sickness and loss caused by mold. Our goal, then and now, is to offer practical, […]