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Can coffee machines and kettles spread toxic spores? - NHS Choices

Monday June 26 2017. Page contents. Where did the story come from? What kind of research was this? What did the research involve? What were the basic results? How did the researchers interpret the results? Conclusion. "Your coffee machine could be ...and more »

Wallpaper May Breed Toxins: Study - WebMD

By Robert Preidt. HealthDay Reporter. FRIDAY, June 23, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Wallpaper may contribute to "sick building syndrome," a new study suggests. Toxins from fungus growing on wallpaper can easily become airborne and pose an indoor health ...and more »

Fungal toxins easily become airborne, creating potential indoor health risk - Science Daily

Date: June 23, 2017; Source: American Society for Microbiology; Summary: Toxins produced by three different species of fungus growing indoors on wallpaper may become aerosolized, and easily inhaled. The findings likely have implications for 'sick ...and more »

How your coffee machine could be making you ILL: Scientists reveal it's all to do with the steam given off by the ... - Daily Mail

They are the fashionable gadgets advertised by celebrities as the must-have kitchen appliance. But while a coffee machine may give you a welcome caffeine hit in the morning, it could also make you ill. The steam from these machines, combined with ...and more »

Your wallpaper might be making you sick - Health24

Wallpaper might give a new lease of life to a dull room, but did you know that there might be toxins lurking behind your wallpaper? In fact, wallpaper may contribute to "sick building syndrome", a new study suggests. Sick building syndrome is the name ...and more »

Airborne fungal toxins from wallpaper create indoor health risk - Digital Journal (press release)

A new study suggests that wallpaper may contribute to "sick building syndrome." When toxins from fungi growing on wallpaper become airborne, they can create an indoor health risk. Jean-Denis Bailly, DVM, Ph.D., a Professor of Food Hygiene at the ...and more »

Airborne Fungal Toxins Can Develop More Readily than Previously Suspected - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

A team of French investigators has uncovered some new alarming evidence that will likely have major implications on the sick building syndrome (SBS) hypothesis—a medical condition where people in a building suffer from symptoms of illness or feel ...and more »

Fungal toxins from wallpaper source of illness says new research -

According to a new study, there are several toxins from fungi that could be released into the air indoors and the source could be fungi living in the wall papers. These may lead to serious health problems say researchers. Fungal toxins from wallpaper ...and more »

Sick Building: Fungi Release Toxin Directly Into Air, Study Finds -

Toxins from mold can aerosolize directly into the air, which may help explain one cause of sick building syndrome, French researchers said Friday. Mold growing in buildings can make people sick, especially people who are allergic to various fungi. It's ...and more »

Researchers Find Mould Toxins Can Easily Become Airborne Indoors - ScienceAlert

As if a sensitivity to their spores wasn't enough of a problem for some people, new research has found the toxins produced by mould sprouting in the damp corners of your house can also become airborne. The discovery could help explain what is referred ...and more »