Doctors warn severe allergies may take toll on your health
We usually don't think of winter as allergy season. But if you're like millions of people with indoor allergies, the next few months could find you sneezing, sniffling, and exhausted.
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#1 Jan 6, 2012
For adults like me who live in the northeast, this winter has been fantastic! Yes, indoor allergies can be challenging. However, I was careful to change the water in the Christmas tree stand daily to reduce the mold. Excluding the totally unexpected snowstorm on Halloween weekend, we in the New York City metropolitan area remain snow-free! The happy northeastern adults in our community at SinglesWithFoodAllergies.com are thrilled to bundle up and walk around outdoors without worrying about ice!
#2 Jun 15, 2012
For people who have dogs in the northeast, this winter had to of been tough for allergies, since it was so warm, but from the feedback that I heard readers say about their dogs loving this past winter I'd say they don't mind. Check out http://www.dog-health-guide.org/canineallergy... for readers stories.
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