Building Biology | Malcolm Romano
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Author: Malcolm Romano

Todays children are experiencing a world wide epidemic of learning and behavioural disorders and allergies that were not seen three decades before. Remarkably everything went pear shaped after the introduction of pesticides in our food and our home, plastics, and the 140+ million chemicals now...

"This is all of the information I wish I was taught to help my patients with asthma, allergies, autism and chronic fatigue syndrome when I was studying to become a naturopath"  Nicole Bijlsma Since the 1980s, breast cancer has almost tripled, sperm count has halved, genital...

"Building Biology is the evaluation and control of health hazards in the built environment. This involves assessing the home for allergens, toxicants in air and water, electromagnetic fields and biotoxins unique to a water-damaged building, and providing strategies to address exposure and/or source control and...

You can't always see or even smell it, however it affects almost 1 in 3 homes and can have devastating consequences on the lives of those who can't make antibodies against it. I'm talking about MOULD which many are referring to as the next asbestos. So...

Paints consist of four parts: binders, pigments, volatile vehicles and additives. The language of paint can be confusing to the uninitiated. There are many terms that describe essentially the same thing and others are used interchangeably. For example acrylic, vinyl and latex paints are all called...

Lead in plumbing pipes was thought to bring about the demise of the Roman Empire. In the early 1900’s, it was common practice to use lead pipes for plumbing. Lead in drinking water may arise from these sources Lead solder used on metal pipe such as...