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Smart Woman: Hay Fever

New research finds more than 18% of kids and teens have hay fever and where the children live could increase their chances of seasonal allergies. Living in areas in the south and southeast correlated with higher degrees of allergies.
New research finds more than 18% of kids and teens have hay fever and where the children live could increase their chances of seasonal allergies. Living in areas in the south and southeast correlated with higher degrees of allergies.

Felt to be related to high temperature, high pollen, and actually mold as well. Wetter regions with average humidity had lower numbers of allergic children. People usually suffer with hay fever in the spring and fall months, but some suffer year round.

Doctors suggest kids stay indoors during the peak hours of pollen season, like late morning Alaska, Montana and Vermont have the lowest population of children with the seasonal allergies. This new study is being presented at the annual meeting for the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.
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