MELTING SNOW EXPOSES HIDDEN MOULD – DR. RAJ – CTV NEWS

The return of warm conditions has many Calgarians basking, and sneezing, in the sunshine and a local physician says most people are unaware of what’s causing their red eyes and runny noses.
“It’s called snow mould but it grows below the snow,” explained Dr. Sakina Raj. “When it gets warmer and it melts, that’s the time you see two types – white, like grey, mould and pink mould. They both do the same thing. One makes less spores than the other but both will give the same symptoms.”

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CALGARY WALK-IN CLINIC NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

Each one of us should be concerned about their general well being and make sure that they get their health check up once in every month. This is common among people, especially among those who feel that going in for regular checkups would help them before something attacks them. Likewise, the general physicians, whom the patients consult, are also concerned about the patient’s health. This is one of the reasons why they advise their patients to get them checked regularly.

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