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Monday, September 1, 2014
In many parts of the country, springtime means the return of high tree and grass pollen counts. The National Allergy Bureau gathers data to provide a timely pollen count for locations around the country.
If the pollen count in your area has you sneezing and sniffling, your physician can recommend effective medications for treatment of seasonal allergies. However, you can also play a role in reducing pollen levels in your environment:
Last Reviewed: Dec 28, 2009
Jonathan Bernstein, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
College of Medicine
University of Cincinnati