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Tests on Carol's dirty home provided scientific proof of the harmful levels of bacteria in the house. "The air quality inside Carol's home was very poor," Aggie says. "There were more bacteria on your dining table than a piece of dog feces. A normal toilet bowl would have about 500 E. coli bacteria. Yours had 500,000. There were 11 million coli on your dining room table." And it didn't stop there: "Outside the house, the reading for aspergillus (mold) is about 427," Aggie says. "Inside the house were about 7,000 mold spores. That's very dangerous."
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Published on November 18, 2004

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