Today’s warming climate changes is making pollen season last longer, as damp areas of the country will get wetter impacting those with mold allergies while in drier areas pollens and other airborne irritants will become more a problem along withy an influx of insects. What can people do? Make sure they know what their specific allergy is and be aware of mold and pollen cycles. More specific asthma and spring allergy issues are available from Frederic Little, MD, Assistant Professor in the School of Medicine’s Pulmonary Care Center and an allergy and asthma expert.
Contact Frederic Little, 617-638-4439, firstname.lastname@example.org