Outdoor Allergies

Outdoor allergies bring seasonal sneezing, watery eyes and runny noses to many people. Learn how outdoor allergies work and how to reduce pollen exposure.

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Pollen, a fine powder, is the "sperm" that flowers use to reproduce. Learn what pollen is in this article.

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Springtime allergies can be the cause of various nose and eye irritations. Learn if nosebleeds are a sign of springtime allergies in this article.

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Not everyone who has pollen allergies likes to take drugs. Learn whether cauliflower can help pollen allergies in this article.

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About 10 percent of Americans have a pollen allergy. Learn whether pollen allergies can cause you to run a fever in this article.

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Some people suffer more from allergies in the winter than in the spring. Find out about winter allergies from this article.

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If you know the pollen count you can know when to stay indoors so the pollen won't trigger your allergies. Learn how the pollen count affects your allergies in this article.

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Pollen is propagated either by the wind or by insects, depending on what kind of plant it comes from. Learn how pollen is propagated in this article.

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Pollen allergies are a response of your immune system to certain allergens. Learn whether there is a good home remedy for pollen allergies in this article.

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Pollen allergies tend to develop during childhood or early adulthood. Learn how long allergies to pollen last in this article.

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Allergies are seasonal and are usually caused by an allergy trigger that is associated with the season. To best avoid an allergy find out what seasonal allergy triggers you can watch for to be allergy free.

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Pollen is a driving force behind many allergy flare ups. Learn more about what pollen count is and how it relates to your allergies.

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Seasonal allergies can affect people at different times of the year. Learn about the different types and causes of seasonal allergies.

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Allergen free gardens can help reduce your allergy symptoms. Check out the benefits, options and types of plants that can help make your garden allergen free.

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