It is really useful information. I have also heard that there are apps these days to watch out for different types of pollen spread. I heard of a few like WebMD, weatherbug, climacell, Zyrtec, etc. Do people use these apps, and are they effective?
Absolutely love the graphs/charts! Living in Michigan the pollen here is an astronomic amount. Once again, we bring allergens in if we open a door to our home or it can be on our clothes and recirculated in our HVAC systems. Everyone waits for Spring here in Michigan, but along with climate change comes allergies.
As always, I greatly appreciate the sincere effort of AAFA to write a well researched and thoughtful article on the role of local honey in seasonal allergies. I always find such article informative. Unfortunately, in this particular case, I would like to point out that this article can benefit from several major updates as some of the stated facts are not accurate. For instance, the section "what does science say about honey and seasonal allergies" start with a bold claim that unfortunately...
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