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All Seasonal Allergy Articles

 

Your Ragweed Survival Guide

August marks the start of allergy season for as many as one in five Americans who get hay fever, also called seasonal allergic rhinitis, each year. That’s because ragweed, the main cause of hay fever, begins blooming around mid-August. And in one day, each plant can produce a million pollen grains that can travel for miles from its source.

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EPA Launches New Air Quality Forecast Service

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has teamed up with state and local agencies to create EnviroFlash, a free service that provides the air quality forecast to a subscriber’s email or cellphone.

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Avoiding Poison Plant Allergy

First comes the itching, then a red rash, and then blisters. These symptoms of poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac can start from a few hours to several days after exposure to the plant oil found in the sap of these poisonous plants.

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Packing a Food Allergy-Safe Picnic Basket

Whether it’s a romantic outing or family trip to the beach, the summer months are the perfect time for dining outdoors. Like all food-focused events, picnics pose special challenges for people with food allergies. But with careful planning, it’s easy to put together an allergy-friendly picnic basket that everyone can enjoy.

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Keep the Green Thumb, Avoid the Red Nose

Pollen from trees, grasses, and weeds can be inhaled and cause allergy and asthma symptoms. Pollen may travel many miles in the wind, so trees, grasses, and weeds beyond your immediate area can cause allergy and asthma symptoms. Pollen allergies are often seasonal, and allergy and asthma symptoms occur when the amount of pollen in the air is high.

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Don’t Hide Your Allergy Eyes!

Pollen from trees, grasses, and weeds can be inhaled and cause allergy and asthma symptoms. Pollen may travel many miles in the wind, so trees, grasses, and weeds beyond your immediate area can cause allergy and asthma symptoms. Pollen allergies are often seasonal, and allergy and asthma symptoms occur when the amount of pollen in the air is high.

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