Jun 05, 2015 11:00 AM

Author: Office of Public Affairs

Spring is in the air, but for many seasonal allergy sufferers, budding flowers and trees are not welcome sights. Itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, and congestion are common symptoms that can make people who have allergies downright miserable. But you don’t need to hole up waiting for winter.

“There are many things you can do to reduce exposure to allergens,” says Rafael Firszt, MD, a pediatric allergist at University of Utah Health. Here are just a few: 


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