Dr. Charles E. Gilbert's  Worldwide Office is Located in Suffolk County on Long Island in New York  USA
In Just 20 very easy steps give your home a clean bill of health      
allergic reactions to mold are the most common health effects of mold.
Allergic reactions may happen immediately or develop after a period of time
following exposure. Both growing mold and mold spores may lead to
allergic reactions. Symptoms of mold allergy may include sneezing, runny
nose, coughing, wheezing, tearing and redness of the eyes, and skin
irritation or rash.
Asthma attacks may be caused by mold or mold spores
in people who have asthma and are allergic to mold. Even in some
nonallergic individuals, mold can irritate the eyes, skin, and airways. For
example, the
"black mold" Stachybotrys, along with some other types of
mold, produces toxins known as mycotoxins that can cause irritation of the
skin and airways in susceptible individuals.

In some cases, people may develop severe reactions to mold breathing.
People with compromised immune systems or those with chronic lung
disease can develop serious infections of the lungs due to molds.

It is not possible to predict the degree of severity of the health risks
associated with mold in the home. Allergic individuals vary in their degree of
susceptibility to mold, and the risk may also depend upon the extent and
exact type of mold that is present.

Where can mold be found in homes?

Although shower stalls and basements are typical moist areas prone to the
growth of molds, any moist area in the home may harbor mold. Drywall,
ceiling tiles, carpets, furniture, ductwork, roofing, paneling, wallpaper, and
the areas around plumbing pipes are examples of areas in the home that
may become infested by mold if the requisite growing conditions are

Mold from the outdoors can enter the home through open doors, windows,
and vents. It may also become attached to clothing, shoes, and pets and
therefore be carried indoors.

Mold can have many different colors and sometimes appears as spots.
Additionally, a musty odor may be present.
Mold growth may also be
hidden underneath carpeting, on the back side of wallpaper, and behind
drywall or paneling.
Asthma and Mold

Molds can trigger asthma
episodes in sensitive
individuals with asthma.  
People with asthma
should avoid contact with
or exposure to molds.

EPA/US Gov't
"A major concern associated with exposure to biological pollutants is allergic reactions, which range from rhinitis, nasal congestion, conjunctival
inflammation, and urticaria to asthma. Notable triggers for these diseases are allergens derived from house dust mites; other arthropods, including
cockroaches; pets (cats, dogs, birds, rodents); molds; and protein-containing furnishings, including feathers, kapok, etc. In occupational settings,
more unusual allergens (e.g., bacterial enzymes, algae) have caused asthma epidemics. Probably most proteins of non-human origin can cause
asthma in a subset of any appropriately exposed population."
Areas of Expertise *
Epidemiology  Industrial
Hygiene  Risk Assessment  
Risk Management  Risk
Communication Public
Health Education
Indoor Environmental
Quality  HVAC  
Biological:  Mould,
Bacteria, Allergens,
Parasites, Insects  
Chemicals: asbestos,
lead, mercury etc.  
Physical Agents:     Dust,
electromagnetic fields,
radiation Emergency
response services,
natural and man made
catastrophes Forensic
Evaluation *Expert
testimony and
Building evaluations:
Building damage, water
damage, water tracking,
and water mapping  
Residential / Home
Services evaluations

This is a Professional test kit that  has been used to test Homes, Buildings, Schools.
Dr. Charles E. Gilbert Ph.D.  M.S.  Has given  "Expert Testimony" based on the results of this   Test and his
interpretation of those results
(Expert Testimony is not included with the test kit)
Other services are available for extra fee's

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This is a power point presentation on "Indoor Toxins" by Dr. Gilbert.  It comes with a player so
click accept, to advance to the next page just click your mouse anywhere on the page,
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Dangerous Bacteria such as MRSA and STAPH are not limited to Hospitals and Nursing Homes!  
6 O'Clock News Alert - Another School or Business or Government Office closed for testing!
Asthma is on the rise in America as is Antibiotic resistant bacteria
Expert witness on disease and toxins
environmental expert
EPIDEMIOLOGY (DISEASES) AND TOXICOLOGY (POISONS)                                             (mold, mildew,bacteria, poisons)

SANDY VICTIMS and those who have been harmed by Natural or Man-Made Disasters Who now need an EXPERT due to illnesses and odors caused by disasters
SANDY VICTIMS and those who have been harmed by Natural or Man-Made Disasters. It pays in the long run to hire experts from the beginning. Remember you get what you pay for!
Always be careful of who you hire! Everyone claims to be an expert so make sure to check them out first! Cleaning up right the first time is important! Your families health is at stake as is
your pocket book!  Avoid having to do the work over a second time as so many have. It will cost more than doing it right from the start! Dr. Gilbert is an Expert in biological, chemical, and
physical contaminants. (mold, mildew,bacteria, poisons) Indoor environmental evaluations and remediation is his specialty. Dr. Gilbert does his own field work by day and teaches in the
evenings plus EMT on weekends  Detailed test results by a certified Lab with a detailed report from an expert for your Insurance company or Attorney.Dr. Gilbert is an Expert witness in court
giving Expert testimony,
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Guidance for Human Health Concerns
We provide state-of-the-art toxicology, epidemiology, management services to organizations that confront public health, occupational health, and
environmental health challenges. The institute identifies problems, charts solutions, and answers health concerns about the outdoor and indoor
environment. We address environmental questions by: Designing and conducting indoor environment and health surveys,Collecting biological,
chemical, and physical samples from the air water, soil, food, We provide state-of-the-art toxicology, epidemiology, pharmaceuticals, and building
components. Organize industrial hygiene, risk assessment, and risk and analyze data to gain understanding and form risk
We offer not only a professional test kit but also offer other services (for a fee) from an expert in the field in remediation ( proper clean up)