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Fall means apple cider, back to school, the fresh smell of fallen leaves--and the return of allergy season. Approximately 10 to 20 percent of the public is allergic to ragweed, the most common culprit in fall seasonal allergies, and studies are finding that ragweed season is lasting as much as 15 days longer than in earlier decades in some regions of the country. Rain, which washes pollen out of the air and so is generally welcomed by ragweed allergy sufferers, leads to the proliferation of mold, another seasonal allergy trigger.
Whether it's ragweed, mold--or both--that gives you the allergy blues, here are five ways to prep yourself now, before fall allergens have a chance to make you miserable...
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