As summer winds down, Oregonians start wondering when the fall rains will arrive. With the rain comes more calls to the CROET Toxicology Information Center (TIC) related to indoor mold. Indoor mold growth is actually a year-round problem, but as it gets cooler we close windows, turn off air conditioners and fire up the heat, which changes the movement and exchange of air within homes and buildings. This often leads to changes in moisture and … Read More
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