posted on Sep, 30 2004 @ 09:55 PM
Mold and Mildew can also cause nosebleeds when we breathe it in and irritate the linings in our nose. I wonder if the recent slew of hurricaines and
rain hitting the east coast in the mast several weeks could be part of this. They can often cause pollutants to be released into water supplies, and
all that moisture with flooding can cause mold and mildew to grow like mad. (A nosebleed in Salt Lake would have to be a coincidence if this was the
Nosebleeds in kids aren't all that rare, though, and if one person was to mention it at a school, a good number of the kids would have them from
usual suspects like dryness and allergies and fingers up there.