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2018 Fall Allergy Capitals Report: Is Your City on Our List?

AAFA Community Services ·
Ragweed and other fall allergens are found throughout the U.S., but some areas feel the effects more than others. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) has released the 2018 Fall Allergy Capitals™ report.
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2020 Allergy Capitals™ Report: Seasonal Rankings by City for Spring and Fall

AAFA Community Services ·
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) 2020 Allergy Capitals™ report is now available. This report ranks the top 100 most challenging cities in the continental United States to live in with seasonal allergies. AAFA combines data from both spring and fall to create a ranking of the top 100 cities based on: Pollen counts Allergy medicine use Number of board-certified allergists available The report also includes a breakdown of seasonal rankings of the top cities for both spring...
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Re: 2020 Allergy Capitals™ Report: Seasonal Rankings by City for Spring and Fall

Melissa G ·
Hi Jennifer, welcome to the AAFA forums!
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Re: 2018 Fall Allergy Capitals Report: Is Your City on Our List?

pinkladycha ·
I’m glad Atlanta isn’t on the list
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Re: Causes of Fall Allergy Symptoms and What You Can Do About Them

GretchenB ·
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?
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Re: Causes of Fall Allergy Symptoms and What You Can Do About Them

Compton ·
Welcome GretchenB and thank you for joining us here! There are comments about Climacell in How are you REALLY Doing? Feel free to add to the conversation. Best!
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Causes of Fall Allergy Symptoms and What You Can Do About Them

AAFA Community Services ·
Ah, fall! Time for cozy jackets, colorful leaves, pumpkin spice lattes, and … allergy medicine? If you’ve noticed the change in season also triggers allergy and asthma symptoms, you’re not alone. Just like spring, fall is a time when many people are seeking relief from their seasonal allergies . Common symptoms of seasonal allergies include: Itching in the nose and eyes Sneezing Stuffy nose (congestion) Runny nose Mucus (phlegm) in the throat (postnasal drip) Do You Live in an Allergy...
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