Introduction: Mold allergies
Mold allergies: Allergies to airborne or household molds.
Mold allergies: Along with pollens from trees, grasses, and weeds, molds are an important cause of seasonal allergic rhinitis. People allergic to molds may have symptoms from spring to late fall. The mold season often peaks from July to late summer. Unlike pollens, molds may persist after the first killing frost. Some can grow at subfreezing temperatures, but most become dormant. Snow cover lowers the outdoor mold count dramatically but does not kill molds. After the spring thaw, molds thrive on the vegetation that has been killed by the winter cold. 1
Researching symptoms of Mold allergies: Further information about the symptoms of Mold allergies is available including a list of symptoms of Mold allergies, other diseases that might have similar symptoms in differential diagnosis of Mold allergies, or alternatively return to research other symptoms in the symptom center.
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1. excerpt from Something in the Air Airborne Allergens: NIAID
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