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Pollen Counts
Gregory M Metz, MD posted:
A resource to check your local pollen counts can be found through the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology's website ( ). Click on the patient and consumer section and look for the pollen levels tab.
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Aqua14 responded:
I agree, the AAAAI is a great site, and is very geographically precise and updated very frequently.

Here's a more precise link to the AAAI's National Allergy Bureau site:

Other good sites are and The Weather Channel site: ?

Also, check to see if your allergist has his/her own website, which may feature pollen counts. I know my allergist does his own pollen and mold counts, and it's wonderful. Judy
sgbl88 responded:
Yes, the pollen count website is very useful to me. I check it everyday, except weekends. I wish they counted every day, but they need days off too.

Here is the link to the national map

However, I created a browser buttun to my region. This site is useful to me year round since I have year round pollen allergies. It is also useful to those of you who suffer mold allergies since they also count that.


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