(KIEM) – Springtime brings flowers, warm weather, and allergies.
Allergy season normally happens around the early spring.
It’s around this time that plants—such as flowers, trees, and grass, start
releasing their pollen.
Anyone can get allergies, especially those with a family
history of asthma or eczema.
Health experts say, reducing the allergens in the home can
help reduce allergy reactions.
Allergy season can last until late summer.
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