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When you have allergies, it's important to keep your home as allergen-free as possible. This can help you avoid unwanted sneezing, watering eyes, wheezing or worse. Although you can' prevent all allergens from getting into your home, you can minimize them by cleaning regularly, having your air conditioning ducts cleaned, dusting, and staying indoors in the air conditioning when pollen counts are high.

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