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Dissolvable tablets don’t work for people with severe allergies to grass pollen

Posted July 02, 2015, 12:15 pm Beverly Merz, Executive Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch It’s summertime and—if you’re in Eugene, Oregon—the livin’ is sneezy. Eugene is the nation’s top spot for allergies this week according to IMS Health, a health information company that provides allergy alerts for cities across the nation. Eugene residents can blame their runny noses and itchy eyes on the city’s abundant grasses, which are currently spewing high levels of…

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