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Seasonal allergies are very common and are becoming more common every year. Current estimates show that up to 30 percent of adults and up to 40 percent of children suffer from the condition, and over a third of those who suffer with allergies also have asthma. These numbers are stunning, especially when one considers that […]

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The pollen count for Atlanta has exceeded record after record this year, keeping those with allergy problems quite uncomfortable. The spring weather is gorgeous — many are eager to get outside and breathe the fresh air, facing the consequences associated with counts over 6,000. With the grasses set to peak in May, those who live […]

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Typically, we think of Autumn as the end of allergy season. Unfortunately, the cooler weather isn’t going to bring much relief this year, with both pollen and mold counts at all time highs, thanks to a moist, hot summer. Susan Littlefield, a horticulturist at the National Gardening Association says that the problem for allergy sufferers […]

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Fall is here. The leaves are changing colors, the air is getting cooler and you are reaching for your tissue box. Are the fall allergies new? If so, you aren’t alone. While it is estimated that somewhere between five and ten percent of the population has seasonal allergies, these allergies aren’t something you are typically […]

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If you suffer from seasonal allergies, the pollen count is a number you might want to pay attention to, especially when planning outdoor activities. Pollen.com provides nationwide coverage of pollen counts, and allows you to enter the zip code of where you will be to see a four day pollen count forecast, and your local […]

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Despite what is expected to be one of the worst allergy seasons in memory, Georgia residents can certainly appreciate the fact that no Georgia cities made the Allergy and Asthma Foundation’s Spring Allergy Capitals top ten list. The list takes into account the tree pollen levels, number of board certified allergists per patient and the […]

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