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Pollen from blooming weeds, such as this oxalis bloom in Los Altos Hills, can cause allergies.
Do you greet spring with renewed energy and excitement or with a restocked arsenal of antihistamines and tissues? Does summertime entail a full slate of outdoor activities or mean you’ll be standing on the sidelines with itchy eyes and a runny nose?
If you’re like millions of Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies while other folks are out hiking, biking and barbecuing with nary a sniffle, you’re stuck feeling downright miserable. But the more you know about seasonal allergies and how to manage them, the better your odds of making it through the warmer months more comfortably.