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Earlier Than Expected Allergy Season

child health newsearlier than expected allergy season Earlier Than Expected Allergy SeasonA recent article from MSNBC/Women’s Health attributes an earlier allergy season to climate change and increased carbon dioxide levels.

Spring is now here and pollen counts are rising; regardless of the cause, there are many ways you can protect yourself and your family.  Keep your windows closed, take antihistamines, or see your doctor for prescription allergy medications.  See also Allergy & Asthma Season Tips and Allergies in Adolescents.

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