The following article pulls a few excerpts from a piece by one of Dr. Shoemaker’s patients, Shaler McClure Wright. The piece appeared as an episode in a series titled, “Soul Chronicles for the Chronically Ill” on healthstorycollaborative.org
United States military members and their families are being made direly ill from their contaminated military housing. Adding devastating insult to injury, they are not getting medical help from the military physicians that they need in order to recover
Medically sound investigation and remediation of water-damaged Buildings in cases of CIRS-WDB Larry Schwartz CIEC, BSME, MBA, Greg Weatherman CMC, Michael Schrantz CIEC, CMI, BPI-BA/EP, Will Spates CIAQP, CIEC, Jeff Charlton, ACIEC, AACIEH, Keith Berndtson...
This is the third part of a three-part series As Guillarne Leary lay unconscious at Tulane Medical Center in February 2014, members of Southern University at New Orleans' Psychology Club decided to attend Sunday service at St. Augustine Church in Treme
This is the second part of a three-part series. After Hurricane Katrina destroyed Southern University at New Orleans' library and its nearly 1 million volumes, the remaining 100 or so books were moved to a single FEMA trailer.
Mold is common in the natural environment and is constantly introduced to indoor living spaces by outside air, on people, and through food. Many forms of mold may produce mycotoxins if water activity requirements are met along with other factors.