VERY HIGH RANGE: Allergy Alert for cedar and elm tree pollen. This is an extreme exposure situation. Severe symptoms may be expected in pollen-sensitive individuals. The more seriously allergic people should be advised to stay indoors as much as possible. This is especially true if a person has pollen sensitivity or allergic bronchial asthma. The Board-Certified Allergists at the OAAC are available to speak to the media on this subject or any subject pertaining to allergies and asthma. For more information – HOW: The best way to combat these allergens is to stay in filtered air. OAAC’s board-certified allergists recommend…

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