Author Archive | Michael Seale

The U.S.A Mold Men  1 million square feet of palletized MRE meals in Birmingham AL are safe from mold for our brave men and women who serve our great country. Left to right: Colonel Kim (Army), Mr.Graves (Assured Bio Labs), Mr. Bailey, Senior Logistics Manager (Navy), Dr. Sobek (Assured Bio Labs).

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Annual Healthcare Association Meeting

  Finishing off the Summer right in the capital of country music. Assured Bio Labs returned back to Nashville Tennessee this weekend in honor of the Annual Tennessee Health Care Association Convention. The convention brings together around 700 long‐term care leaders from across Tennessee to present the highest quality and most timely continuing education. Proud owners […]

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The Whisper Care

The WhisperCare unit is a small footprint air sampling systems that incorporates advanced electronics to provide a consistent and highly efficiency capturer system for airborne microbes, including mold, bacteria and virus (patent pending). The systems runs off of a low voltage power supply with a standard 110 wall outlet. This system is fitted with two […]

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Another E.coli outbreak in East Tennessee

      Five hundred and forty eight people reported having gastrointestinal problems after drinking from the water provided by a local zip-lining attraction in Gatlinburg, Tennessee called Climb Works Smoky Mountains. The symptoms that have been reported include: Vomiting, diarrhea, sickness, and tiredness. The Tennessee Department of Health took a sample of the well […]

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Ulocladium

This genus of fungi is known as Ulocladium and can commonly be found in the damp/wet areas of your home. Ulocladium has been known to cause hay fever, plant disease, and other serious infections within those who may be immuno-suppressed. This strain of mold is often found growing along with stachybotrys, a strain of mold […]

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E. coli Outbreak in Knox County

A recent outbreak of E. coli has been infecting children in the Knox County area. Sources claim that twelve children have been infected, two of them being close to death. It has been said that “7 were exposed through drinking raw milk, and 5 through an undisclosed source at a daycare” (wkrn.com). We have reason […]

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