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It’s that time of year again, when the insects are tch tch tch-ing in the grass, the birds are hoopin and hollerin in the trees, the flowers are showing their delicate smiles to the sun, and we all know that spring is here.  The life force is returning to the land.  But it’s also the season for allergies as pollen fills the air with such abundance that some days the sky is hazed and yellow heaps appear in the streets and the nooks of rocks.  Good news for all the plants making sweet love under the reborn sun, but bad news for our immune systems as the foreigners find their way into our bodies.

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