More Mold In The Air Is Bad News For Allergy Sufferers
By Dr. Maria Simbra, http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com
It’s not spring pollen season. It’s not fall ragweed season. If you’re sneezing and stuffy right now, it could be mold allergies.
“I would say it’s one of the top. It’s up there,” says Dr. James Deangelo, of Allergy and Immunology Associates.
Outdoors, mold is in hay, straw, grass and leaves. But it’s indoors, too.
“You can see it growing, for example on a tree bark, or perhaps see it indoors growing on the walls. It will be black, green, different colors,” Dr. Deangelo points out.
The allergy is from what you can’t see – the mold spores. So small you can’t see them, but you inhale them.
“If you have a very hot rainy day, and right after the rain you feel that nasal congestion,” he describes. Read More