Have you looked at your aspen trees yet?

Have you looked at your aspen trees yet?  They are starting to bud (at least at lower elevations)! This means we are getting closer to spring tree pollen season.  Yes, Aspen and other trees like Juniper, Cedar, Cottonwoods, Oak, Maple and Elm will also start to bud over the next 2 months in anticipation of pollinating in the spring.  With that can bring spring allergy and asthma symptoms like runny nose, sneezing, itchy watery eyes, cough, wheeze, and shortness of breath.  If you experience these symptoms this spring, come see us!  We can help! 

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Regan Pyle, DO Regan Pyle, DO, is a board-certified allergist and immunologist serving patients in Colorado at Allergy, Asthma & Immunology of the Rockies, P.C. with locations in Avon, Basalt, Eagle, Aspen, Frisco, and Glenwood Springs.

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