Central Texas seasonal allergy guide

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Seasonal allergies can be caused by small particles of dust, pollen, mold or other allergens entering your body as you breathe. Allergy symptoms and causes can vary, so it is important to know which symptoms to watch for, what you are allergic to and which medicines can help ease your symptoms. Use this guide to help you learn more about common Central Texas allergens, symptoms and over-the-counter treatment options.


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