What is more, says Thomas J. Boll, Ph.D., director of the Neuropsychology Institute in Birmingham, Ala.: "To provide a link between mold exposure and mental impairment, you must show that the risk of problems increases as people are exposed to more mold.
And right now, there's no test that can confirm, much less measure, a person's exposure."
ON ANOTHER MATTER . . . Even if your pet regularly visits the groomer, you need to perform touch-ups.At least once a week, use a soft-bristle brush to prevent painful matting.Switch to a raking comb or clipper for big tangles.