Molds... yuck! A fungus -- that's disgusting, right? And what does mold have to do with nasal allergies and asthma? The answer to that question is, "Quite a lot, actually."
Both indoor and outdoor molds are common allergy triggers, resulting in the following symptoms:
So, What ARE Molds Exactly?
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