This spring may be extra irritating for allergy sufferers, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). After a long, wet and cold winter, spring’s pollen counts may be higher than usual. Unfortunately, more than 40 million Americans who struggle with seasonal allergies could find their eyes are redder, itchier and more watery than normal. Even those who have never had spring allergies before may be dealing with runny noses and itchy eyes. Allergy medicine, from over-the-counter products to prescription drugs, can offer relief. Here are five other steps you can take to minimize the misery of spring allergies:
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