For some, spring is associated with warm, sunny temperatures. But for others, it's a reminder to break out the tissue box as allergy season is just ahead.
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While we can't be certain about the severity of this upcoming pollen season, we can start to take necessary precautions in light of the warmer weather — especially since the sniffles and itchy eyes may be on their way one week earlier than normal this year.
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According to experts, spring allergy season has been showing up a week sooner every year for the past 10 years. They say climate change could be to blame.