4 answers about this year’s allergy season

An expert has answers for you about the extended duration and increased severity of seasonal allergies, and how allergies relate to climate change and COVID-19.

Summer’s arrival doesn’t cease suffering for those with seasonal allergies. Even in June, some places are reporting record-breaking pollen counts.

Here, Carlos Andres Salgado, a clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at Stanford University, explains how climate change might affect the duration of the pollen season and the seasonal allergy outlook across the US:

Source: Vignesh Ramachandran for Stanford University

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