Mold neurotoxicity case settles

I recently served as an expert witness for a family including a child who suffered mental retardation after living in a mold infested home. The child was doing well until exposed to mold, then became sick with multi system symptoms. The child declined neuropsychologically, and when I saw the child, mental retardation was evident. I…

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The American Psychological Association recognizes chemical threats

The American Psychological Association (APA) is waking up to modern society’s chemical assault on psychological processes and function. Although many scientists including myself have expressed enduring and deep concern for neurotoxicity over the past 30 years (in my case, since the early 1980’s), the recognition of the importance of neurotoxicity by establishment organizations and hence the…

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Infant psychiatric drugs versus neurotoxicity

Neurotoxicity can cause conditions that mimic psychosis and depression in children. I have served as an expert witness in cases where children suffering from neurotoxicity were violent or suicidal. Before treating children with psychiatric drugs, it is important to investigate the environment for possible toxic chemical causes of the mental disorder. For example, mold is a…

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