Health and Wellness

Seasonal allergies

Ah, spring! For Oregonians, it means seeing the sun for the first time in perhaps several months. For many, it means returning to the outdoors after months of relative hibernation. For those that enjoy gardening, it means a return to planting, pruning and cultivation. But wait, what is all this stuff in the air? Yellow dust, covering the car in the morning? Why are my eyes watering, my nose running, and I am sneezing all the time?
For allergy sufferers, spring can have an entirely different meaning. With the budding . . .

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