More than 50 million Americans have an allergic condition. Are you one of them?
Pollen, dust, food, mold, and animal dander are just a handful of common allergens that trigger allergies. These allergens are especially potent during the springtime and can elicit annoying to life-threatening reactions. Tune in to allergist and immunologist Richard Weber. As president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, Weber has a deep understanding of allergy symptoms and treatment. "By understanding what allergens trigger your symptoms and how to avoid them, you can find relief from spring allergies," Weber says. Learn how to manage your allergies and breathe easier this season.
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