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Feb282013

Allergy Season 2013 Starts Early

With many parts of the United States having mild winter, tree pollen allergy season is already on the rise. According to allergist Stanley Fineman, MD: “We are already seeing patients coming in with allergy symptoms in Atlanta. Because it is still February, several people in the southeast have been confusing their allergy symptoms for cold viruses.”

HOW CAN YOU SURVIVE ALLERGY SEASON 2013? HERE ARE A FEW TIPS FROM WEB MD:

  1. Find out what you are allergic to. Talk with your primary care doctor or an allergist. Both can give you an allergy test.
  2. Keep an eye on allergen levels in the air using WebMD's Pollen Counter during the spring season, and avoid your triggers as much as possible.
  3. Keep your windows closed, even on a beautiful spring day. That's when allergen levels are at their peak.
  4. Take a shower after you've spent time outdoors.
  5. Wash your bedding, your pajamas, and your clothes as often as possible.

 

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