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Allergy Triggers

Click the links to find out what you can do to avoid triggering your allergies.

Wind

The weather influences hay fever symptoms. Hot, dry, and windy weather signals greater pollen and mold movement and increased allergy symptoms. If you're allergic to pollen, try to stay indoors on windy days when pollen counts are high. An allergy to mold isn't related to the season but is affected by weather conditions such as wind, rain, and temperature.

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