|As America gets into the throes of winter weather, people are spending more and more time indoors. Allergy sufferers may think that they are in the clear for the rest of the year, since pollen and other outdoor allergens are not as common in the cold weather months as they are in the spring and summer, but according to the Environmental Protection Agency, there are actually a few different allergens in the home that can cause a flare up. Here are a few things to watch out for this winter, via the Huffington Post.
Firewood and Smoke
Dust and Dust Mites
Allergy sufferers should essentially ensure that their homes are clean and that anything coming into it — especially wood and animals — is clean and mold-free as well.