Allergy season lasting longer and stronger this year


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It’s spring and some of us will enjoy the flowers and grass, while others will feel the brunt of a longer, strong allergy season this year. New USDA research shows pollen season starts 20 days earlier and can last 10 days longer. There is around 21% more pollen in the air than three decades ago, in fact.

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