Autumn decorations, falling leaves, pumpkins, corn stalks, scarecrows and hay bales are all signs that the fall season is here. The cooler weather can make you feel more invigorated but there are some outdoor allergens that can make you feel lousy. As leaves fall and accumulate, moisture develops which accelerates mold growth. It’s best not to rake leaves or pick up old garden foliage if you suffer from seasonal allergies. Mold can be airborne and when inhaled, it can bring on allergy symptoms such as itchy throat, watery & itchy eyes, runny nose and more. Give Clinical Research Center a call to set up a pre-screen visit. We test for fall allergies such as molds, ragweed, tree pollens, dust and more. This is a no-cost skin allergy test to see what you are allergic to and to see if you qualify for one of our studies.