(HealthDay News) -- While all types of mold found indoors aren't harmful, touching or inhaling some forms of mold may affect your health and shouldn't be ignored.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says indoor mold has the potential to cause:
- An asthma attack in allergic people.
- Frequent sneezing and runny nose.
- Red and irritated eyes.
- Skin rash.
- Irritation of the throat, nose and lungs.
-- Diana Kohnle
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