|It is estimated that 20 to 40% of the homes, schools, and workplace buildings in Europe and North America experience significant water damage and or visible mold growth. Many studies have reported that such indoor mold and moisture damage is associated with many adverse health conditions including asthma 1 , sinus problems 2, and neurological problems such as poor concentration and memory 3.|
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