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Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America: “2020 Allergy Capitals,” “Air Pollution.”
News release, Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.
American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology: “National Allergy Bureau Pollen And Mold Report.”
American Lung Association: “Ozone,” “Particle Pollution,” “State of the Air.”
OMRF: “Oklahoma among the worst spots for fall allergy sufferers.”
NBC Connecticut: “Early Spring Allergies In Connecticut & Knowing the Difference Between COVID-19.”
Aspire Allergy and Sinus: “What are the Worst Allergies in San Antonio?”
KRGV Broadcasting: “Expert Explains How Weather Raises Pollen Levels and Worsens Seasonal Allergies.”
Texas MedClinic: “Symptoms and Remedies for Cedar Fever.”
U.S. Climate Data: “McAllen, Texas.”
Hartford.gov: “Fun Facts.”
Hartford Courant: “Connecticut Spring Allergies: Top Causes and Solutions.”
Western Mass News: “Springfield ranked among top for most challenging for spring allergies.”
The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce: “Our History.”
The Citizens’ Voice: “Scranton/Wilkes-Barre one of most challenging areas for spring allergy sufferers.”
Virginia Tourism Corporation: “Historic Sites Virginia State Capitol.”
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