Unusual Allergy Reactions Due to Summer Rain

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    NEWSLETTERS

    If your allergies seem out of control, you're not alone.

    Tree pollen is the biggest problem right now in the Metroplex, and that has a lot of North Texans sneezing and sniffling.

    But, there's another culprit we normally don't have to deal with in the summer -- rain.

    "Mold is always a problem when there's a lot of rain, both indoor and outdoor mold. When the humidity goes up both the home and the outdoor environment increases in humidity and that's a great way for mold spores to pollinate and move out," said Dr. Mudita Shah, with Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital.

    Things are expected to get a bit worse before improving when Ragweed starts cranking up in just a few weeks.