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Combat Fall Allergies
August 2008 || Volume 1 - Issue 4

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Fall Allergies -- Arm Yourself
Global Warming May Worsen Fall Allergies
NEW!: Sylvane's Blog

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Thank you for your past purchase at As a valued customer, you are receiving the latest issue of our newsletter. Inside each issue you will find timely information on a range of indoor health topics. You can also find relevant and up-to-date information on our Indoor Health Matters Blog. Sylvane is committed to bringing you real-world solutions to ensure that your indoor environment is a safe and healthy one.

Although the fall season has not officially begun, your allergy symptoms might be telling you otherwise. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) estimates that 36 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergy symptoms, including those that are magnified come September. Read our article “Fall Allergies—Arm Yourself” to learn about the common causes of fall allergies and the simple strategies you can use at home to reduce the severity—or even eliminate—your symptoms.

Ragweed plant growth may not be the only contributor to an intense fall allergy season. AAAAI researchers have discovered a link between global warming and more concentrated ragweed pollen counts during the fall. Read about this discovery in our article“Global Warming May Worsen Fall Allergies” and find out ways to limit the severity of your ragweed allergy symptoms.

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Global Warming May Worsen Fall Allergies

There’s a reason your ragweed allergies might be acting up more than usual this season—and in those to come. Researchers at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) have found a link between global warming and longer ragweed seasons, characterized by more concentrated pollen counts than those of seasons past. Continue reading "Global Warming May Worsen Fall Allergies."

Fall Allergies - Arm Yourself
Warm Weather Tips

Watery eyes, runny noses, constant sneezing, and itchy throats—these days, widespread allergy symptoms are acting as the precursors of the fall season more often than the turning of the leaves. Although the temperature has cooled and the spring and summer flowers are no longer blooming, many plants continue to release symptom-triggering pollen well into the fall months. Continue reading "Fall Allergies—Arm Yourself."

New: Sylvane's Blog

At Sylvane, we strive to provide you with the tools you need to create a clean and safe indoor space. We're also on a mission to bring you timely news and information about indoor health topics. Visit our Indoor Health Matters Blog to find informative articles, product reviews, advice, and tips that address your indoor environment needs.

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