Watch the full video at https://rumble.com/vg9jdv-a-video-explaining-construction-defect-claims-of-sick-building-syndrome-and.html and at https: // youtu.be/VXHyZIX6xEM  Sickness Building Syndrome (SBS) covers a large number of health problems related to toxin exposure in a building. There are serious issues raised by doctors and mold experts about the existence of a real link between mold and bacterial infections that have been reported to be the cause of SBS. SBS is used to describe situations where people in the building experience acute health and discomfort effects that seem to be linked to time in a building, but no specific disease or cause can be identified. The complaints may be located in a specific room or zone or may be widespread throughout the building. However, the term "Building Related Illness" (BRI) is used when symptoms of a diagnosable disease are identified and can be directly attributed to airborne building contaminants.
A study concluded that Stachybotrys chartarum produces the mycotoxin Satratoxin H, which is implicated in very high cytotoxicity and several environmental allergic reactions. The various articles on the toxicity of contact with mold spores have raised serious concerns about the fact that people can really get sick from exposure to mold spores.
Legionnaires' disease got its name in 1976 when an outbreak of what was thought to be pneumonia occurred. among people attending a gathering of the American Legion in Philadelphia. Later, the bacterium that caused the disease was named Legionella . Patients with Legionnaires' disease usually have fever, chills and cough, which may be dry or may produce sputum. Some patients also have muscle aches, headaches, fatigue, loss of appetite and sometimes diarrhea. Laboratory tests may show that these patients' kidneys are not functioning properly. Chest X-rays often lead to a diagnosis of pneumonia. It is difficult to distinguish legionnaires' disease from other types of pneumonia by symptoms alone; other tests are required for diagnosis.
Legionellosis is an infection caused by the bacterium Legionella pneumophila . The disease has two distinct forms: Legionnaires' disease, the more serious form of infection which as a result of the infection includes the development of pneumonia and Pontiac fever, a milder disease.
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