There are many types of arthritis, over 100 types to be exact. While they all…
Author: Nancy Arnott
Yes, this had been another “worst ever” allergy season. Maybe you heard of the “Pollmaggedon” of North Carolina? It’s all about climate change driving pollen counts. The more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, the more pollen is produced. Any particular year’s weather can impact pollen production, too: a colder start to spring delays production and leads to a milder allergy season, but if spring comes on warm and fast, the air will be flooded with a “super bloom” of pent-up pollen, leading to more acute allergic misery for many. One positive development is that allergy sufferers may have some new…
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