It’s not your imagination, allergy season is extra bad this year. Here’s why
Allergy season got a jump start this year and has been more intense all over the country, especially in the North and Southeast. Ali Rogin speaks with Theresa Crimmins, director of the National Phenology Network, and Dr. Stanley Fineman, an allergist and editor-in-chief of Allergy Watch, to learn why the season started so early and is so bad, and what people can do to ease their symptoms.
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