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Why are mold allergies so common in Texas?

Why are mold allergies so common in Texas? A guide to mold & mold allergies

Do your allergies seem worse the day after it rains? Have you ever noticed being in an area that’s damp and humid, like a dock or basement, causes you to start sneezing? A study from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) attributes 4.6 million cases of asthma in the U.S. to mold and dampness. In this blog, we’ll talk about mold allergies and why they’re so prevalent in Texas throughout the year. 
Saharan Dust and Texas Allergies

Saharan Dust and Texas Allergies

Saharan dust is picked up by trade winds throughout the year and carried to Europe, the Caribbean and North and South America. Despite causing allergies and issues with air quality, Saharan dust does offer benefits to the environment. Texas usually sees Saharan dust between mid-June to late August.
How to find what's causing your seasonal allergies

How to find what's causing your seasonal allergies

Wondering what you can do to find out what's causing your allergies during different seasons? Discovering which plants are causing your seasonal allergies can be difficult, but there are a few tools you can use to help you. Here are 3 free ways you can track what's causing your symptoms.