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  1. Carpet Cleaning staten IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | LivePressWorld

    ... family's health is secure, too. In the event you or your family have allergies, a dirty carpet, filled with fleas, pollen, dust, or mold, can adversely impact your allergies and your overall health. Regular cleaning can make your carpet appear much ...

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  2. Canberra's fluff trees 'unfairly blamed' for hay feverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | ABC News

    Hay fever sufferers across Canberra hate the arrival of fluff tree season in spring although it may not be harming them, according to a pollen expert. In parts of Canberra's inner south and the Australian National University's campus the fluff can be so thick it looks like light snow.

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  3. Tinned food can be bad for your heartRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2008 | Daily Mail

    ... how desperate many are to alleviate it. The main cause of allergic rhinitis, as hay fever is also known, is pollen - and different pollens can affect sufferers at different times of year. Histamines - substances the body produces in response to ...

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  4. Allergy season not quite over yetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Camden Chronicle Independent

    In the springtime, grass and tree pollens are high. Pollen from weeds trickle in as early as August and sticks around until the first hard frost," he explained.

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  5. Season that's not so jollyRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Southland Times

    ... and ash all flowering. The bad news is it is the start of the grass season, which will be bad right up to Christmas, pollen expert, Massey University retired associate professor David Fountain said. New Zealand is bad for pollens, because there is a ...

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  6. Fall allergy survival guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Fox News

    Mother nature won't give up, as we are seeing record warm temperatures in much of the US. That means pollen misery is still a big factor for those millions of seasonal sufferers.

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  7. Blowing in the windRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 5 | Southland Times

    In the foreground is a cluster of male pine cones and in the background a wavy deposit of pine pollen "powder" left around the edge of a puddle on a road as the water dried up. Deposits like this are a common sight in the late winter and early spring as pollen is produced in pine plantations and is blown away in yellow dust-like clouds.

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  8. Autumn allergies: What you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Dallas Morning News

    ... autumn and early winter can be particularly miserable for some people, local doctors say: It's weed season. "Ragweed pollen is one of the predominant allergens in the fall; it can cause rhinitis and trigger asthma, and it may make eczema worse or ...

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  9. Rare type of pollen observed at record levels in air for first time in forty years in U.K.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Science Daily

    ... mean more misery for hayfever sufferers. Researchers at the University of Leicester have recorded a rare type of pollen that is a potent trigger of hayfever and asthma symptoms at record levels for the first time in four decades in the U.K. Ragweed, ...

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  10. Mild autumn could bring more misery for hayfever sufferersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 29 | Medical News

    Researchers at the University of Leicester have recorded a rare type of pollen that is a potent trigger of hayfever and asthma symptoms at record levels for the first time in four decades. Ragweed, which grows in late-summer and early autumn, is one of the most notorious hayfever-causing plants in North America, but is rarely found in the United Kingdom as it requires long-lasting autumns before the first winter frost to grow and survive.

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  11. AllergyEasy Introduces A High-powered Treatment For Fall AllergiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | PRWeb

    AllergyEasy sublingual allergy drops have a strong record for fending off fall allergies. And now they can pack an extra punch thanks to fall serum "boosts" that contain increased concentrations of fall pollen extracts.

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  12. Winning the Battle Against Seasonal AllergiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Natural Holistic Health

    ... cause of them and grass can be found just about anywhere in the US during the summertime. When late summer hits, the pollen seems to come more from ragweed. Mold can cause problems during any of the seasons mainly because it does just fine indoors. ...

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  13. Second wave of allergy season hits Chattahoochee ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2014 | WALB-TV Albany

    ... says ragweed season started in late August for Columbus, which is earlier than usual. Ragweed produces most pollen in mid-September. Latala Cofield said this is the worst time of the year for her 4-year-old daughter, London, who suffers from fall ...

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  14. Second wave of allergy season hits Chattahoochee ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2014 | WTVM

    ... says ragweed season started in late August for Columbus, which is earlier than usual. Ragweed produces most pollen in mid-September. Latala Cofield said this is the worst time of the year for her 4-year-old daughter, London, who suffers from fall ...

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  15. The mystery of the twisty flowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2014 | Science

    ... as the spur conforms to the shape of the bird's bill ( as in this video ). The small rotation allows the flower's pollen to land on the underside of a bird's bill or head, whereas pollens of the other Impatiens species land on the upper side, the ...

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  16. Hay fever or asthma sufferer? Garden expert Sabrina Hahn on the plants to avoid.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2014 | ABC News

    ... birches, wattles cypress, elms, cape lilac and male she-oaks are all wind pollinated and release bucket loads of fine pollen that are carried kilometres." "Grasses are another notorious group of plants that cause problems, in particular the rye ...

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  17. Volunteers display decorations for ovarian cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2014 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    ... 14. If you're sneezing, your nose is running and you're eyes are itchy once again this year -- you're not alone. Fall pollen counts are peaking in our region and proving tough for allergy sufferers looking to enjoy the outdoors.Despite a spate of ...

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  18. Bike racers wrap up weekend eventsRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2014 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    ... ... If you're sneezing, your nose is running and you're eyes are itchy once again this year -- you're not alone. Fall pollen counts are peaking in our region and proving tough for allergy sufferers looking to enjoy the outdoors.Despite a spate of ...

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  19. Politicians return to Northfield's Labor Day ParadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2014 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    ... If you're sneezing, your nose is running and you're eyes are itchy once again this year -- you're not alone. Fall pollen counts are peaking in our region and proving tough for allergy sufferers looking to enjoy the outdoors.Despite a spate of heat ...

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  20. Allergy sufferers brave ragweed seasonRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2014 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    If you're sneezing, your nose is running and you're eyes are itchy once again this year -- you're not alone. Fall pollen counts are peaking in our region and proving tough for allergy sufferers looking to enjoy the outdoors. Despite a spate of heat ...

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