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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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Springlike February weather could mean rough start to NJ allergy season

You may be loving this unseasonable February weather New Jersey is experiencing, but if you're an allergy sufferer, there's bound to be a trade-off.

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Why your allergies aren’t going away in the winter

Still sneezing and wheezing? Does that seem more common all the time? It is.

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EpiPen Prices Soar, Rattling Consumers
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EpiPen scandal: NJ lawmakers say drug prices gouge and ‘rape’ consumers

Though their options for action are limited, state lawmakers held two hearings Thursday aimed at addressing the sharp hike in the cost for EpiPens.

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Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock
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Climate change may be increasing NJ allergy problems, Rutgers expert says

Expert says climate change may be increasing allergy problems

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Andreas Rentz, Getty Images
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Get ready, allergy sufferers: NJ about to get socked with tree pollen

Tree pollen season arrives early this year in New Jersey because of the wet winter.

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Overprotective parents to blame for kids with allergies, NJ expert says

Twice as many people today with allergies than 25 years ago, and there are twice as many things people are now allergic to.

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Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock
Dimitri Zimmer, ThinkStock
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An early allergy season for New Jersey?

The hint of an early spring may prompt allergy sufferers to wonder about the spring pollen season. One expert says it may start early.

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Bad news for allergy sufferers in New Jersey

A lot of Garden State residents are sneezing, wheezing and coughing, but they don’t have a cold or the flu.

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Allergic reactions sending more kids to ER, doc says

Besides the everyday cuts, sprains and high fevers, medical professionals are seeing an increased frequency of severe allergic reactions, according to the division chief of the Pediatric Emergency Care Department at CentraState Medical Center in Freehold.

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Andreas Rentz, Getty Images
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Autumn allergy season ramps up after late start

A dry summer, courtesy of Mother Nature, delayed the start of autumn allergy season, but pollen levels are beginning to rise.

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