Mold Allergy Problems Peak in the Fall

October 04, 2016 05:49 PM

Doctors from Entira Family Clinics say fall is the time of year when mold allergies cause the most problems. The most common sources include wooded areas, leaf piles, drainage ditches and gardens.

The best ways to reduce the impact for allergy sufferers: limit outdoor activities when mold counts are high, don't hang clothing outside, and wear a dust mask when cutting grass or digging around plants. 



Brent Palm

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