Christmas Tree May Cause Allergies

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Have you noticed a stuffy nose since putting up your Christmas tree?

Well, you're not alone!

Health experts said live Christmas trees can be a source of pollen and mold!

Both are known to affect your respiratory tract causing coughing, sneezing, and other typical allergy symptoms.

Experts believe these allergic reactions affect more than 10% of Americans