Mold is everywhere. It is literally in the air.

Given some moisture, a lack of direct light, and a moderate temperature and you have the recipe for that weird green or black stuff that grows pretty much anywhere.

Unlike the big fuzzy stuff that grows in the vegetable drawers of the very creative or very distracted, the mold that grows in the deeper, darker and wetter places is actually a very serious medical concern. Especially the black stuff that eats drywall and plywood. Yep, I mean the evil black mold.

Toxic mold syndrome is one of the hardest things to diagnose and treat that I have ever seen. It is profoundly misunderstood by both clinicians and patients.

In this episode, Anthony Sanna talks with Michael Smith about this surprisingly common and very terrifying condition.

And, as it turns out, the mold is only the beginning of the problem.

If you have any concern that toxic mold may be affecting your health, the health of a relative or the health of a patient, be sure to check it out.

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