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Seasonal overlap could mean extra misery for people with allergies, experts say
Spring is in the air — literally! Your runny nose, itchy eyes and sneezing fits are all products of the pollen, weeds and dust mites that have gone airborne now that the snow has melted.
Study found those with hay fever who had high levels of stress suffered more severe symptoms
Reason for connection isn't clear, experts say
Experts expressed relief at the decision, citing safety concerns
Tips for keeping pollen, mold and dust mites from your home
Tablet placed under the tongue
Ragwitek helps the body immunize itself against the offending plant
The intrepid sun has finally beaten the frost into reluctant retreat. The croci have gathered enough confidence to venture their tender shoots outside the earth's blanket. After months of hibernation, you step outside to take a deep breath of warm, sweet, fresh air and ...
Typically, allergy seasons are distinct and separated. But that may not be the case this year, and allergy sufferers could pay the price.
Antivirals underprescribed for high-risk patients, researchers say