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Coping with Grass Allergy: Our Top 10 Tips

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Grass pollen allergy is more formally called seasonal allergic rhinitis. With it, you’ll get symptoms that include runny nose, congestion and, more often than not, watery eyes [1]. Those who are severely allergic, may get hives with grass pollen contact and, on occasion, even anaphylaxis if grass proteins get into the blood system due to scraped skin.

Top 10 Tips For Managing Grass Allergy:

In better news, high grass-pollinating season ends with the arrival of August.