How to avoid mold in your own home

When you’re cleaning up your home, you want to make sure that you’re not contaminating your own environment with mold.

In a study conducted by the University of Texas at Austin, researchers found that the presence of mold on surfaces in homes is linked to a host of health problems and an increased risk of asthma, eczema and asthma attacks.

The researchers measured the concentrations of mold spores, bacteria and mold spores in a sample of air filters and found that those levels were higher in homes where air filters were removed from the homes.

The researchers concluded that removing the filter system, especially when it’s on the outside of the home, can reduce the amount of mold found on the surfaces.

The study also found that if a home is located in an urban environment, people who live there are more likely to have higher levels of mold in their air.

In addition, people living in densely populated areas have a higher risk of developing asthma.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released guidelines to help homeowners avoid mold and other contaminants in their homes.