Changes in Springtime Allergies

Have your springtime allergies decreased lately?  Our cold weather, rain and snow has likely provided some relief! Do not be fooled.  All of this moisture may be setting us up for a severe grass season which typically starts in June. Keep the bedroom windows shut at nighttime and this may help.

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