“More people are suffering more than usual, people with even borderline allergies were complaining.”
Dr. Praveen Buddiga was interviewed for an article in the Hanford Sentinel and said people started showing symptoms in late February and early March.
“Toward early May and late April, you see olive pollen from olive trees, that is another big problem here in the Central Valley. Typically, spring allergies end in June, but people start experiencing allergies from pollen in grass during the summer”, he said.
The complete article can be read on the Hanford Sentinel website here
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