“First and Foremost, Black Toxic Mold Exposure is highest among black and minority children which causes early childhood illnesses such as Asthma… This Blog is to alert the Black parents that Medical Professionals are more interested in making money on their child’s diagnosis of asthma than educating them about the primary cause which is “Black Toxic Mold” in their residences…  Black Toxic Mold Exposure is a primary cause of Asthma, Anxiety, and even death in Black and minority children…” 


ASTHMA   First and Foremost, Black Toxic Mold Exposure is highest among black and minority children which presents in an early childhood illness such as Asthma…
Black Toxic Mold Exposure is a primary cause of Asthma and Anxiety in Black and minority children…  Black Children Black Toxic Mold Exposure Asthma Statistics
Asthma disproportionately affects minority children living in poverty.
Asthma prevalence rates are significantly higher for lower income and for some racial and ethnic minority children. 


Black children have a higher risk of mortality, and a higher rate of emergency department visits for asthma when compared to white or Hispanic children, as well as a higher prevalence of doctor diagnosed asthma (13.4%).

Heath Asthma Black Toxic Moldhttps://www.childrenshealthfund.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/HBL-Literature-Review-2-2-2017.pdf

Black Children Black Toxic Mold Exposure death due to Asthma Statistics
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Disparities in housing conditions by household income, race, and ethnicity likely contribute to the observed disparities in asthma prevalence.
National survey data indicates that the likelihood for unhealthy conditions is greater in low income and in some minority-headed households (e.g.,
non-Hispanic Black, American Indian).  Un-Equal Black Children asthma Black Toxic Mold
9 The National Survey of Lead and Allergens in Housing found that the likelihood of higher levels of cockroach and mouse allergens were also significantly higher in the homes of low income households.  Black stuff coming out of my AC.Heater vent picture taken 6.25.2019
10,11There are also significant racial and ethnic disparities in the consequences of uncontrolled asthma. Low income minority children are less likely to be prescribed medications, less likely to take recommended medications to control their asthma, and are less likely to attend outpatient appointments.

Black Children Black Toxic Mold Exposure overall death due to Asthma Statistics
Secondly, Black Toxic Mold exposure causes the highest numbers of Mental Health issues in Adult Black Americans which often result into imprisonment or death…

https://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/african-american-mental-health

According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, black children are twice as likely to have asthma as white children. And black children are 10 times more likely than white kids to die of complications from asthma.

https://www.cdc.gov/asthma/most_recent_data.htm

Hospitals find asthma hot spots more profitable to neglect than fix Black Mold Exposure

According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, black children are twice as likely to have asthma as white children. And black children are 10 times more likely than white kids to die of complications from asthma. 

Black Children Black Toxic Mold Exposure death due to Asthma

“It isn’t clear why asthma outcomes are worse in African American patients. Anne Fitzpatrick, PhD, RN, CPNP, MSCR Mold Asthma The findings from our study suggest that poorer asthma outcomes are not genetic or biological in nature, but are instead due to a number of socioeconomic and environmental factors that impact asthma care,” says Anne Fitzpatrick, PhD. “These factors can be modified and improved with the right interventions.”
 
Fitzpatrick is associate professor of pediatrics and director of the Asthma Clinical Research Program in the Department of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine.

Childhood asthma has been linked to indoor mold growing in a child’s home as a result of moisture problems such as water leaks. The connection between mold and asthma, however, is complicated and not fully understood. Asthma is often associated with allergies, and molds spread by releasing tiny spores into the air, which can cause allergic reactions.

A team led by Dr. Tiina Reponen of the University of Cincinnati Tiina Reponen, Ph.D. Exit NIEHS, lead author on the study and a UC professor of environmental health Black Mold Asthma has been  investigating the relationship between mold and childhood asthma. Between 2001 and 2003, they collected dust samples from 289 homes with infants who were an average of 8 months old. At age 7, the kids had allergy skin tests and tests for asthma. The study was funded by NIH’s National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 

Isolating an environmental trigger could lead to better informed preventive efforts to reduce the incidence of asthma, a condition on the rise nationwide and an important public health concern. According to previous studies, asthma is estimated to cause several thousand deaths annually and cost more than $15 billion per year in direct medical expense. 

“Early life exposure to mold seems to play a critical role in childhood asthma development,” Tiina Reponen, Ph.D.  , lead author on the study and a UC professor of environmental health, was quoted as saying in a UC Healthnews press release… 

“First and Foremost, Black Toxic Mold Exposure is highest among black and minority children which causes early childhood illnesses such as Asthma… This Blog is to alert the Black parents that Medical Professionals are more interested in making money on their child’s diagnosis of asthma than educating them about the primary cause which is “Black Toxic Mold” in their residences…  Black Toxic Mold Exposure is a primary cause of Asthma, Anxiety, and even death in Black and minority children…”

 

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