PANAMA CITY, Fla. - You may see in on your car, but Dr. Geeta Khare says it's the pollen we don't see that really triggers our allergies, and it's everywhere.
"Pollen travels hundreds of miles," said Dr. Khare. "Just doing things within one's own yard isn't typically very helpful."
Dr. Khare recommends over the counter medications to treat allergies, but those don't give you relief, she recommends seeking medical attention.
"Not everything that sneezes and wheezes is an allergy," said Dr. Khare. "So, the first step is to be sure that we know what were treating and its indeed allergies."
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