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If you have seasonal allergies, much can be done to minimize symptoms so that you can appreciate
nature’s beauty with a clear head. We’re here to help you every step of the way, from diagnosing your
condition to finding a treatment that works for you.

What causes seasonal allergies?

Also called hay fever and seasonal allergic rhinitis, a seasonal allergy is a reaction to small
airborne substances. These allergens are small proteins that usually float around in the spring,
summer and fall.

Seasonal sufferers count tree, grass and weed pollens as enemies. If you have year-round
allergies — also known as perennial allergic rhinitis — your triggers could include chemicals,
dust, dust mites, mold spores and pet dander.

You’re at greater risk of allergic rhinitis if you have eczema, asthma or food allergies or if
someone in your family has allergies, eczema or asthma.

1 in 5 AMERICANS
SUFFER FROM ALLERGIES OR ASTHMA.

Which is a common seasonal allergen?
                                                  

What is hay fever? How do allergens affect your body?
MinuteClinic joins “The Doctors” for at
seasonal allergy symptoms and treatments.
This segment of "The Doctors" gives the
scoop on everything from why allergens bug
you to how to avoid them.


Articles & resources:
About allergic rhinitis >>  

About hay fever >>

Allergy center >>
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology >>

Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America >>

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases >>
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