Exposure to black mold might result in allergy symptoms, immunosuppression or cancer, according to class notes from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Symptoms and the severity of the reaction vary for ... More »

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Health hazards of creosote include serious skin irritation or rashes, burns on the eye, convulsions and mental confusion, unconsciousness or death due to coal tar creosote exposure in large quantities, according to the A... More »

The main health concern about smart meters is that they may increase the risk of cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Since they give off radiofrequency, or RF, waves, the meters are potentially carcinogenic... More »

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Exposure to household mold presents a variety of symptoms, including eye and skin irritation, wheezing, shortness of breath, fever and inflamed nasal passages. As with other allergens, reactions to mold varies widely amo... More »

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Common symptoms of a mold allergy include a stuffy or runny nose, postnasal drip, sneezing, and a cough, according to Mayo Clinic. People experiencing mold allergies may have watery eyes, or their eyes, nose or throat ma... More »

Many women do not show any symptoms immediately after being infected with HIV, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health. Some women may have a flu-like illness, including headache, tiredness, fever and enlar... More »

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Although many people will not present symptoms early on, some individuals in the first stages of hepatitis C, or HCV, can experience appetite loss, tiredness, slight fever, achy muscles and nausea, reports the Illinois D... More »

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