Summer allergies

What is Summer allergies?

Like spring, the biggest summer allergy trigger is pollen. When pollen gets into the noses of certain people, it triggers the runny nose, itchy eyes, and other allergy symptoms. Trees are usually done pollinating by late spring, leaving mostly grasses and weeds to trigger summer allergies.

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