If you are one of the up to 30% of Americans that suffers from hay fever, or allergic rhinitis, the end of summer probably means your allergies are about to get bad.

Thursday, September 5, 2013 by Aprilaire Team

If you are one of the up to 30% of Americans that suffers from hay fever, or allergic rhinitis, the end of summer probably means your allergies are about to get bad. Ragweed pollen, a common allergen, is at its worst from August to mid-October.  Treat the cause, not the symptoms, and feel better. Learn more

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