Itchy eyes and a runny nose? It could be climate change

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Researchers with the Rutgers Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute have simulated how climate change will affect the distribution of two leading allergens—oak and ragweed pollens—across the contiguous United States. The results, published in the journal Frontiers in Allergy, may make your eyes water.

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