Posts Tagged pollen

Newsletter Spring 2018

Here is our WIND Study Spring Newsletter (you can read it in Spanish too)! In this issue, check out some fun spring activities, learn about allergies, histamine, and antihistamines, and get to know our Project Coordinator, Daphne Suzin, who coordinates the WIND Study in-person visits!

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Newsletter Spring 2016

Here is our WIND Study Spring Newsletter (you can read it in Spanish too)! In this issue, check out the latest updates on the study, learn more in depth about green spaces and asthma, try some fun arts and crafts, and get to know Katie Tedesco, one of the coordinators […]

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Dealing with Pollen Allergies

Pollen, the fine powder plants make in order to fertilize other plants of the same species, is one of the most common causes of allergies in the United States. Unfortunately, according to Bryan Martin, DO, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, “the amount […]

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Fall Allergies and U.S. City Rankings

What is making fall allergies so difficult this year? Some research suggests that increasing temperatures and carbon dioxide levels are allowing ragweed – one of the most common allergy-inducing weeds – to grow for an even longer amount of time than in previous years. This allergy season […]

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