Posted on April 10th, 2012 by
If you have seasonal allergies, there's pretty much no avoiding them when the season comes, but you can work to alleviate your symptoms. The Mayo Clinic offers a few tips: Reduce your exposure to pollen by avoiding the outdoors on dry and windy days. Rain leaves the air nearly free of pollen, so right after a rainfall is a good time for allergy sufferers to take a stroll. Also, find someone else to do your lawn-mowing and gardening; if you have to do the work yourself, wear a dust mask.
Hartford Courant 4/10/12
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