Pollen season is here with a vengeance: Here's how to deal
The early spring may have cheered us with flowers blooming sooner than usual, but it’s also bringing a whopping dose of pollen. “In a large chunk of the U.S., from Texas to New York, spring arrived two to three weeks earlier than normal,” says Dr. Donald Dvorin, a specialist with the Asthma Center in Philadelphia, citing data from the U.S. Geological Survey and the National Phenology Network. While we can’t control how much pollen is in the outside air, there are ways to mitigate its effects, experts say.
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