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Outdoor Allergies Center

Outdoor allergens are normally harmless substances that trigger symptoms in people who suffer from certain allergies and asthma. Typical outdoor allergens include pollen and mold. Outdoor allergens are most likely to trigger symptoms in those with allergic rhinitis, or hay fever.

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