Allergy Season Expected To Be Shorter, Worse

March 23, 2015 2:19 AM

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Spring has sprung, and so has allergy season. Watery eyes, constant sneezing, and sniffles are just some of the symptoms which allergy sufferers can expect to experience now that spring is in full effect. Experts suggest that this year the allergy season nay be shot than usual thanks to a longer winter, however because of changing weather patterns they also believe symptoms may be worse.

The wet winter and the warm, dry spring ahead may lead to a high pollen count this year, the Wall Street OTC reported. Dr. John Basso of Nyack Hospital in New York stated that the prolonged humidity in some regions in winter time suggests a bad season. This notion is supported by the director of the...

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