Seasonal vs. Year-Round Allergies

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Question 1 of 8

You have symptoms such as sneezing and sniffling, or red, itchy, watery eyes only at certain times of the year, especially when you go outdoors.

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Question 2 of 8

Every kind of tree is a potential seasonal allergy trigger.

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Question 3 of 8

Dust is a seasonal allergy trigger.

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Question 4 of 8

If I am allergic to pollen, then I will never have allergy symptoms in the wintertime.

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Question 5 of 8

If I have seasonal allergies, then my child will most likely have them as well.

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Question 6 of 8

Seasonal allergies tend to be milder than year-round allergies.

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Question 7 of 8

Medicine is not the most effective way to deal with seasonal allergies.

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Question 8 of 8

Seasonal allergies are treated differently than year-round allergies.

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