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Allergies: The More You Know

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Do you suffer from allergies? If so, you're not alone. Did you know that more than 67 million Americans suffer from allergies? Whether you do or do not have allergies, you may have wondered exactly what is an allergy, what are some of the symptoms that I may experience if I'm allergic to something or how can I find out if I have an allergy.

Your body can be allergic to anything from certain foods to pet dander. The symptoms you experience from these allergies range from sneezing to itchy watery eyes. A skin test is the best way to tell what type of allergens your body may not be able to tolerate. For more information on allergies, you can visit www.pollen.com.

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