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By: Lauren McRae
For the estimated 30% of Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies, increased levels of pollen and mold common in spring can bring on symptoms like sneezing, congestion, runny nose and itchy, watery eyes. In other words, spring is in the air—literally. But, don’t let that keep you inside this season.
The experts at NorthShore University HealthSystem compiled some top tips and simple allergy remedies into our seasonal allergies infographic. This year don’t just brave the great outdoors enjoy them. Check out more in our full infographic.
Have more questions? Check out our chat with Jamee Castillo Tantoco, M.D., Allergy, Immunology & Asthma, for answers.