1. AAA-Choo! It Must Be Spring Allergy Season  LEX18 News
  2. Allergy Season Is Getting Longer and Nastier Each Year  Smithsonian.com
  3. Allergy season is here but that doesn't mean you have to be miserable  NewsChannel 5 Cleveland - newsnet5.com
  4. You Might Have Allergy Symptoms For the First Time Ever This Spring — Here's Why  POPSUGAR
  5. What's going around: Spring weather leads to growth in allergy flare-ups  WCNC
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After months of bare trees and snow, Spring is a welcome change — but with gorgeous blooms come the itchy, watery, stuffy symptoms of seasonal allergies.Allergy season is getting longer and harsher.

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An extended and intensified allergy season is one of the most visible effects of climate changeAn extended and intensified allergy season is one of the most visible effects of climate change

Allergy Season Is Getting Longer and Nastier Each Year | Smart News | Smithsonian

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“Been sneezin' lately? You're not alone. Allergy season is back and according to doctors could be an especially rough one due to warmer temperatures. That means more time to enjoy more pollen ;) Now pass the tissues... Our story for NBC Nightly News... https://t.co/0HTXuz8HdG”

Morgan Chesky on Twitter: "Been sneezin' lately? You're not alone. Allergy season is back and according to doctors could be an especially rough one due to warmer temperatures. That means more time to enjoy more pollen ;) Now pass the tissues... Our story for NBC Nightly News... https://t.co/0HTXuz8HdG"

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The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has released its annual report outlining the "most challenging" places to live for spring allergy sufferers, dubbed the “Allergy Capitals, Spring 2019.”Hint: It's not Philly – though we are further down the list

This Pennsylvania city makes Top 10 list of worst places for seasonal allergies | PhillyVoice

It’s been a rough spring for people with allergies and experts say it will likely get worse before it gets better.It’s been a rough spring for people with allergies and experts say it will likely get worse before it gets better.

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If your allergy symptoms are more severe, experts suggest immunotherapy. It exposes people to small doses of the allergen to build up immunity.If your allergy symptoms are more severe, experts suggest immunotherapy. It exposes people to small doses of the allergen to build up immunity.

Allergy season is here: Five not-so-typical ways to fight pollen

What doctors are saying about the unusual symptoms they’ve started seeing.

Bay Area allergy season is bad and it's about to get worse

It looks like allergy season is going to be a long one this year. Dr. Praveen Buddiga with Family Allergy and Asthma Center in Fresno says abundant rain is to blame for all the weeds and pollen in the trees. Tuesday, winds up to 45 miles an hour had dust and pollen flying everywhere. This kind of weather is responsible for watery and itchy eyes, a runny nose and frequent coughing. Those symptoms can be the same as a cold so how do you tell the difference.It looks like allergy season is going to be a long one this year. Dr. Praveen Buddiga with Family Allergy and Asthma Center in Fresno says abundant rain is to blame for all the weeds and pollen in the trees. Tuesday, winds up to 45 miles an hour had dust and pollen flying everywhere. This kind of weather is responsible for watery and itchy eyes, a runny nose and frequent coughing. Those symptoms can be the same as a cold so how do you tell the difference.

Count on a long allergy season due to abundant rain in the Valley | KMPH

After a soaking winter season, Northern Californians are rewarded with an annual show-stopping springtime bloom. Coupled with gusty winds, however, like the kind the region is seeing this week, allergies can flare up and leave people coughing, sneezing and rubbing their eyes. So, what's someone with allergies to do? After all, you can't miss the bloom. KCRA 3's Max Resnik talked with Dr. Gil Magpantay, an allergist at Sutter Davis, to get his advice on dealing with springtime allergies. The first thing he wants you to know is that things are just getting started. "We're just at the beginning of spring pollen season," he said. Q: What kinds of allergies are we talking about here? Magpantay: Usually, spring pollen in this area is when the tree pollen starts seeing higher numbers. We did see it bump a couple weeks ago with grass pollen, and you usually see that during the summer timeframe. Q: You can't help but see all the pollen in the air. Is that what's causing allergy symptoms? Magpantay: Pollen is actually microscopic. What you're seeing usually is pine pollen, and pine pollen is more of an irritant reaction. And a lot of people say, "I see it," and they kind of correlate it with their symptoms. They're probably reacting to a different pollen. Q: So, how do I fight back? Magpantay: With the higher pollen counts, close your windows at home. Close your windows in the car when you're driving... If you're going to go out there in the yard or cut your grasses, wear protection. Wear sunglasses if you need to. If it's really bad, you can wear a (N95) mask. Sometimes allergies can affect your lungs as well. If you have really long hair, wash your hair at night... Try not to sleep in the same clothes that you were wearing during the day. Q: What about medications? Magpantay: We call them the 24 acting medications, things like fexofenadine or cetirizine. They're usually non-sedating. Q: Can I rid myself of these allergies? Magpantay: Allergy shots have been around for a hundred years... (There are) allergy tablets that you can take specifically for grass allergies, dust mite allergies have been recently approved (by the FDA) and also ragweed... It's tabs that you take every day, and it's more for grass pollen in this area... You usually have to start it a couple months before the onset of that pollen season... It's almost as effective as shots. It could cure your symptoms."We're just at the beginning of spring pollen season," a doctor said.

Just the beginning: Doctor breaks down NorCal allergies

The Pennsylvania city with the worst pollen is Lancaster, where the average pollen index is 7.1.The Pennsylvania city with the worst pollen is Lancaster, where the average pollen index is 7.1.

Which city in Pennsylvania has the highest amount of pollen?

Huge Pollen Clouds So Thick They Turn The Sky Yellow