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Forecast for 2040: pollen and lots of it, say Rutgers scientists.
The pollen’s out and once again you’re congested and bleary-headed. Do you get a few allergy symptoms or the whole enchilada?
As if suffering from allergies to dogs and cats wasn’t enough, scientists have discovered that having this type of year-round allergy makes people’s ragweed symptoms worse.
How did the dastardly king of hay fever become so potent and so widespread?