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Who are more New Jerseyans developing allergies? (Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock)
Who are more New Jerseyans developing allergies? (Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock)
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More New Jerseyans are developing allergies

It's not your imagination. A growing number of adults and children in New Jersey are developing allergies, at all times of the year, even in the dead of winter when there's snow on the ground. 

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Dennis can’t get enough of this new trend – Just One More Thing

Springtime is one of the prettiest times of the year, and Dennis found a great way to make the best of it! Check out this episode of "Just One More Thing."

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Dennis and Judi discuss industrial accidents and why allergies do not rock – Watch

Dennis and Judi got a call from a Canadian singer named Kyle Dine, who wrote a song for children with allergies. The song is meant to make kids feel better about the allergies. The name of the song is called "Allergies Rock."

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‘Food Allergies Rock’ by Kyle Dine is Dennis and Judi’s new favorite song

Canadian singer Kyle Dine called in to the show yesterday when Dennis and Judi were discussing kids with allergies.

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Is it a cold or spring allergies? (Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock)
Is it a cold or spring allergies? (Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock)
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Is it a cold or spring allergies?

It's starting to feel more like spring, which means the trees are beginning to bloom, everything is turning green and a lot of Garden State residents are sneezing and feeling run down. But how do you know if you've spring allergies or a spring cold?

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Are we in for a bad allergy season? (Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock)
Are we in for a bad allergy season? (Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock)
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Allergy season forecast – How bad will it be this year?

Allergy season is approaching and while some experts are predicting a rough year for those who suffer from allergies, one New Jersey specialist says it's still too early to tell.

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Lawmakers approve bill requiring allergy meds in school

The New Jersey Assembly and Senate have unanimously passed a bill that seeks to address the growing number of school-age children with food allergies.

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Should all airlines have a ‘nut free’ policy for passengers with allergies?

A young girl traveling from Dublin to New Jersey suffered an allergic reaction to nuts while she was on the plane.

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Allergy sufferers: Ragweed season is here

Ragweed season usually begins in New Jersey around Aug. 15, but this year, pollen release has begun nearly a week early in some spots.

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FDA warns of allergic reactions with acne products

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal health officials are warning consumers who use anti-acne treatments about rare but potentially deadly allergic reactions that can cause swelling of the face and difficulty breathing.

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