Hay fever in Canada typically peaks from May to July, causing itchy, watery eyes, stuffy and runny noses, and even asthma flare-ups. Here’s what you need to know.
Basically, there’s no escape from the tiny grains of pollen, from ragweed to poplar, that make your life miserable throughout allergy season.
Gardeners may be contributing to urban allergy problems without even knowing it.
Why the lazy hazy sneezy days of summer are the worst time of the year for one-in-four Canadians who suffer from seasonal allergies.
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