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Aspergillosis and Moldy Indoor Environments Discussed in New Video

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The IAQ Video Network releases another educational production about important environmental, health & safety (EHS) issues.

Phoenix, AZ -- Today, the IAQ Video Network and Cochrane & Associates announced the release of their latest educational video.  Their newest production discusses aspergillosis and indoor environments contaminated with mold.  

“Aspergillus is a mold that can in some circumstances be found growing in both outdoor and indoor environments,” said Paul Cochrane, President of Cochrane and Associates and the IAQ Video Network.  “The CDC reports that fewer than 40 of approximately 180 known species of Aspergillus cause infections in humans. Exposure to those species can cause aspergillosis in some people with a weakened or suppressed immune system. It’s important that indoor environments with at-risk people not be contaminated with this common mold. Places of high concern often include nursing homes, hospitals and other healthcare settings.”

This educational video was sponsored by a number of organizations and leading industry professionals that work to protect and enhance the public’s health. Sponsors include: EMSL Analytical, LA Testing, Clark Seif Clark, Zimmetry Environmental, VOETS and Healthy Indoors Magazine to name just a few.

The video can be seen at: https://youtu.be/z9rpI15Enao

To examine more than 465 other EHS and indoor air quality videos that have been viewed over 1,842,000 times, or to join over 2,260 subscribers of the IAQ Video Network’s YouTube channel, please visit: www.youtube.com/iaqmarketer 

To learn more or to inquire about IAQ Video Network sponsorship opportunities, custom videos or rebranding existing videos for educational and marketing purposes, please visit www.cochraneassoc.com, email info@cochraneassoc.com or call (602) 510-3179.

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