Avoiding “Christmas Tree Syndrome”

The term “Christmas Tree Syndrome” is showing up more and more on social media especially for those who seem to have an allergy to Christmas trees.Most people associate allergies with the spring and fall, but there are different triggers in the winter.Dr. Warrier says one of those triggers is a real Christmas tree. They can have mold on their branches. Artificial trees can bring on a whole new set of problems along with some of your other decorations because we put them in storage.Dr. Warrier suggests unpacking and cleaning your decorations outside.

Source: MG News

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