A new report shows how to prevent mold from forming in your home, whether it’s the mold in your basement or the mold growing in the moldy basement.
The Oregon Health Authority released its latest report, which analyzed mold growth in homes and businesses across the state.
The agency found that between 2015 and 2019, there were about 12,400 cases of mold in Oregon homes, which is an increase of about 12.4 percent over the previous year.
In addition, the health authority identified 1,100 cases of salmonella in Oregon households and 2,000 cases of molds and moldy food and beverage containers.
The number of cases in Oregon is about half of what it was in 2014, when the state saw about 1,200 cases.
The state’s health authority said it has been working to reduce the number of salids and mold in the state since 2013, and in October 2016, the Oregon Health and Science University released a report that showed the state was not improving its health status.
The report said the number and type of mold growth has been declining since the early 2000s.
The report found that in the past 15 years, the number one source of mold that is causing health problems in Oregon was food-borne illness.
The health authority estimates that the majority of those illnesses are caused by Salmonella bacteria, which can cause gastrointestinal symptoms, diarrhea and fever.
It’s a problem that the health agency says needs to be addressed because it can be hard to control and it’s not always possible to get rid of mold.
For example, the agency said in its report that while the majority (65 percent) of cases that are attributed to mold can be controlled, it can take up to three weeks for a mold control plan to take effect.
The health authority also found that people who have food- and water-borne illnesses are at a higher risk for developing the conditions, which include asthma and chronic coughs.
In some cases, people with asthma are more likely to have salmonellosis.
For people with other health conditions, it is difficult to determine whether they are at higher risk because there is not enough data to link them to mold growth.