Outdoor mold levels peak in the late summer and early autumn.  If your allergy or asthma symptoms worsen in September and October, outdoor molds may be to blame.  Of course, we tend to spend more time inside as the weather cools, so we also have more exposure to indoor allergens such as dust mites, animal dander, indoor molds, and indoor air pollution.

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