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What does it mean to be a Certified Pollen Counter?

What does it mean to be a Certified Pollen Counter?

The NAB provides the most accurate and reliable pollen and mold counts throughout the United States and is utilized by scientists, researchers and physicians to advance their knowledge of our environmental allergens.
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Are You Prepared For Treasure Valley's 2017 Spring Allergies?

Are You Prepared For Treasure Valley's 2017 Spring Allergies?

Springtime is here, Treasure Valley! While there are many wonderful things to enjoy about this season, Boise allergies are at their worst during these months. Making sure that you are prepared for your spring allergies will help you to fully enjoy all of your favorite spring activities.
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Tips on Avoiding your Allergens

Tips on Avoiding your Allergens

Always remember the best way to control your allergy symptoms is to avoid the things that trigger it.
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Spring is around the corner!

Spring is around the corner!

We are working very hard to provide you with the best pollen count in town! This will begin March 13th, 2017.
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Navigating The Holidays With Allergies

Navigating The Holidays With Allergies

When you or your children have food allergies, the festivities of the holidays can seem more stressful than celebratory. But with some simple preparation, you can avoid unwanted health issues and still enjoy get-togethers with your family and friends this winter.
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Your Fall Allergies Don't Have To Keep You Inside

Your Fall Allergies Don't Have To Keep You Inside

During the fall season, Idaho becomes one of the most scenic places in the country. A lot of people look forward to the beautiful weather. However, the pollen can cause your allergy symptoms to run wild. No one looks forward to being stuck inside the house. Here are three of the top tips for allergy sufferers to keep in mind.
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Fifty Shades of Spring Allergy: A quick fact check!

Fifty Shades of Spring Allergy: A quick fact check!

Fact Check #1: Every year is possibly and really “the worst one yet” for allergies.Of course, there is marketing involved in saying above, but if you are one of those who believe in climate change, then this is true. Global warming seems to be making allergies worse. This is attributing to longer seasons and longer pollen production by allergenic plants.Fact Check #2: Knowing (and not assuming) what you’re allergic to, helps in better control of symptoms.Two-thirds of people ha...
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Spring is Here

Spring is Here

Spring is here and so is the sneezing and runny nose! It's only the middle of March, but spring allergies are already on the rise… and are real! Over at our office at The Allergy Group, I am already seeing an increase in the phone calls of people complaining of allergies. Symptoms of runny nose, itchy eyes, watery eyes and intense sneezing… and so on. Do you wonder if the mild winter the cause of early sneezing and runny nose… Well, you may be right! Mild winters have gi...
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Suffering from Mold Allergy Symptoms?

Suffering from Mold Allergy Symptoms?

Mold allergies exist year-round and the symptoms are similar to seasonal allergies. Hence, the people struggling with year-round allergy symptoms will be amazed to learn that the origin of their problems could be inside their house. Allergy symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, runny nose and itchy, watery eyes, and asthma symptoms, like wheezing and tightness of chest, that extend beyond the traditional spring and fall allergy seasons might indicate that the source is mold. Mold is a fungus that...
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Planning to relocate: Things to consider!!

Planning to relocate: Things to consider!!

If you were offered a job in another city—or your current employer asked you to relocate—would you make the move? There are a lot of things to consider when you decide to relocate- cost to rent, new city, new friends etc etc. In addition to all these, people with allergies and asthma have to also worry about the weather and pollen in the area. For example, if you're moving within the next month, ragweed season has started in some parts of the country. It usually starts in mid-Aug...
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