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Woman with summer seasonal allergies

Why Spring Allergies Last Well Into Summer

We often hear about spring allergies and fall allergies, but summer allergies are rarely mentioned. Yet, for many people across the country, once spring allergies start, they don’t seem to stop until winter begins; for others, there is no break, not even when winter begins. Why is this? And how

The start of spring allergies

The Start of Spring Allergies

Many celebrate as the weather warms up and we can finally spend more time outside. Many others, however, start to deal with spring allergies, which can take some of the enjoyment away from spending that much-needed time outside. Luckily, there are ways to prepare for spring allergies to stay ahead

Man outside sneezing into a tissue from allergies.

All About Allergies

People who deal with allergies know that Spring can be a difficult time to be outdoors. As the weather gets warmer, plants begin to bloom and release pollen which causes symptoms like sneezing, a runny nose, and watery eyes. Given that seasonal allergies generally start in March, now’s the time

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How to Tackle Spring Allergies

Just when we get over our winter coughs and colds, spring allergies are waiting around the corner. As winter fades into spring, clouds of pollen from trees, grasses, and flowers fill the air around us. Soon enough we find ourselves buried in tissues and sneezing left and right.  According to