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Texoma's Allergy Outlook: July 17, 2013

Here is your allergy outlook:Tree Activity:  NoneGrass Activity:  LowWeed Activity:  NoneMold Activity:  LowBlowing Dust Activity:  NoneOverall pollen activity is low due to the rain that Texoma received over the past few days.  During the next few days as temperatures warm it is likely that the pol Full story

Texoma's Allergy Outlook: July 16, 2013

Here is a look at today's allergy outlook for Texoma.Tree Activity:  NoneGrass Activity:  NoneWeeds Activity:  NoneMold Activity:  ModerateBlowing Dust Activity:  NoneThe rainfall has really subdued the pollen activity so if you normally suffer from pollen and allergens you might see a welcome relie Full story

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Top 10 worst cities for spring pollen

   TODAY’s Al Roker shares the 10 worst cities for spring pollen this year and the pollen forecast for this weekend which may keep allergy sufferers indoors across much of the country.

Achoo! Tough allergy season ahead

   In a yearly ranking of the most difficult places to live if you have spring allergies, several northern cities are in the top 30. Some say it’s due to rising temperatures that increase pollen counts and experts recommend seeing an allergist now before the seasons gets worse. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderma

Allergist:  ‘Allergy symptoms are directly related to pollen’

   Dr. Neeta Ogden, an Adult and Pediatric Allergist and Immunologist explains the best way to prevent allergies it’s ‘all about decreasing your exposure to pollen.’

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