Category Archives: Fungi
2-22-13- Dr. Hildy, Dr. Richard Young, NREP – Advanced Resonance Testing-Environmental Stress Factors
~~Dr. Richard Young~~
National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP)
IHS Advanced Resonance Analysis - .pdf
**Environmental Stress Factors, Target Organs at Risk
and Systemic Organ Toxicity**
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Wednesday, February 22, 2013, 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
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Rightfully so, we often honor the heroes that put themselves in harm’s way to protect us, though perhaps not as often as we should. Firefighters, police, and our nation’s armed forces among others all brave the various dangers of their occupations to ensure that we are able to be safe and well-protected from said dangers. However, unsung are the heroes who do not wear uniforms or do not get parades in their honor, but put themselves at risk to protect us against more common, yet less-seen dangers.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy® focuses on these individuals, members of the National Registry of Environmental Professionals, or NREP, and will welcome Dr. Richard Young, the Executive Director of NREP to discuss the dangers that NREP members face, their long-term effects and a new method of protecting these individuals developed by Dr. Hildy® herself.
On a daily basis, NREP members are exposed to a myriad of toxic and harmful chemicals. These individuals may be exposed to hazardous materials and toxic substances in the field, their travels and perhaps even their home. And, though there are protective measures in place, the trained professional who uses respiratory protection and even the famous Tyvek ® suit may be at a greater risk, because they are exposed to large amounts of these toxins throughout their professional career. Additionally, many times the results of analytical tests from environmental sampling come to the professional as much as three weeks later after working on a site.
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Wednesday, December 5, 2012 – 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
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Just like Hurricane Katrina, the effects of SuperStorm Sandy will be felt for years. In addition to the millions of people left without power, the thousands of homes destroyed and untold billions in property damage, the New York/New Jersey area is forever changed. No matter the response from FEMA – much-
improved from Hurricane Katrina – and other agencies, the rebuilding and healing process will be a lengthy process, and those involved will need all of the help they can get.
Fungi: The Toxic Effects of Mold and Its Mycotoxins
(No. 1 of 2 in Series)
Hour 1) What Is Mold and Why Is It Deadly?
Hour 2) Mycotoxins and Their Analysis In Real Time Exposure
~~ ‘The Toxic Effects Of Mold and Its Mycotoxins’ ~~
March 21, 2012 – 1:00 to 3:00PM Pacific http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onecellonelightradio/2012/03/21/32112-dr-hildy–fungi-toxic-effects-of-mold-no1-of-2
Common household maladies seem too frequent to quantify. We’ve learned that our appliances have turned against us, emitting toxic gasses that can slowly kill us if left unchecked. Additionally, lead, asbestos and other toxins have been found in common building materials. What other danger lurks in our homes? And outside. And is literally inescapable, because it’s found nearly everywhere on the planet?
This week on One Cell, One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy™ welcomes Dennis Hooper, MD,
PhD of Realtime Laboratories in Carrollton, Texas to discuss the toxic effects of molds and their mycotoxins.Mold is one of the most common fungi, that grow in the form of multicellular filaments called hyphae. A connected network of these hyphae has multiple, genetically identical nuclei and is considered a single organism, referred to as a colony, unlike yeasts that grow as a single cell. Mold is common in food spoilage as anyone who hasn’t checked on a loaf of bread for a week has learned.Molds produce a toxic chemical product called a mycotoxin. When fungi consumes organic matter in the right conditions (sufficient temperature and humidity), fungi proliferate into colonies and mycotoxin levels become high.
Since mycotoxins weaken their host, fungi may use it as a means as bettering the environment for their reproduction. Are fungi bent on world domination? Unlikely, as they don’t possess the power of rational thought, but if the conditions all over the planet were right, complete fungal infection of Earth is not as silly as it may sound.While mycotoxin effects vary, their effect on humans and animals include death, identifiable diseases or health problems, weakened immune systems, and allergens. Some, including penicillin, are even toxic to other fungi and bacteria. Read the rest of this entry