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2020-05-12 in Blog Posts
Seasonal allergies can be a nightmare, but some foods, including fish and vitamin C-rich veggies, may help relieve allergy symptoms. When the spring season starts, so does allergy season. The itchy eyes, runny nose, and dry coughs are irritating reminders you should stock up on your allergy medicine. But, perhaps closely monitoring your diet, specifically, the foods you eat, could alleviate some common allergy symptoms.Read More