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Allergies & Asthma Through the Seasons

Stay Healthy & In Control Year Round

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Allergies and asthma can change with the seasons, depending on which triggers you are sensitive to. It's important to understand the challenges that you'll face during each part of the year, so that you know what to do to keep your asthma and allergies under control.

Spring Allergies and Asthma Challenges

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In the spring, as the world begins to "wake up" from the long, cold winter months, most people want to be outdoors enjoying the balmier weather, blooming trees and flowers, and listening to the robins chirping. But if you have spring allergies and asthma, pollen may make it difficult to enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of spring.

Find out what to expect and actions you can take to keep your asthma and allergies on an even keel and under control.

Summer Allergy & Asthma Challenges

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Ah, summer. Green grass, lawn mowers, kids home from school, spending hours in the great outdoors. Sounds great, doesn't it? Sure, as long as you're not one of the millions of people who suffer from summer allergy and asthma challenges. But, if you are, then you know that summer allergens can make it difficult to enjoy this time of year. Find out how you can change that and keep asthma and allergies from interfering in your summer fun.

Fall Allergic Asthma Challenges

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As summer winds down, you may look forward to getting a break from summer allergies. But, then your symptoms come back with a vengeance. What gives? Unfortunately, late summer and early fall are the worst times of year for many seasonal allergic asthma sufferers. Find out why and what you can do to stay healthy during some of the most challenging months of the year.

Winter Allergy-Induced Asthma Challenges

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With winter, you may expect that allergic asthma symptoms will fade. For many people, that's exactly what does happen. But, if you are sensitive to indoor allergy and asthma triggers, then winter will continue to be a season that challenges you. Find out what winter can mean to people with allergy-induced asthma and actions you can take to keep things running smoothly.

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