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ALLERGY SEASON EXPECTED TO WORSEN IN NJ WITH TREE POLLEN COUNT AT ITS PEAK

With the Cherry Blossom trees in full bloom, so is pollen season. According to researchers, the tree pollen count is now in the thousands across the state, and the effects could last until the end of May- just in time for grass pollen to be released.

RWJ Allergist-Immunologist Dr. Catherine Monteleone appeared on the NJ Morning Show to give some tips on how to tackle this intense, and earlier-than-expected allergy season.

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