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Stock up on Benadryl: Thick soupy clouds of yellow pollen settle over the southeastern US causing a severe spike in allergies and respiratory con

 
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Stock up on Benadryl: Thick soupy clouds of yellow pollen settle over the southeastern US causing a severe spike in allergies and respiratory con
Stunning photographs show a thick haze of yellow pine pollen hanging over large swaths of the southeastern US where residents have been relying heavily on their allergy medications so far this spring.

Doctors across North Carolina and Tennessee are reporting increases in number of patients complaining of itching, watering eyes, runny nose, sneezing and coughing as intense allergens fill the air.

In Raleigh, North Carolina, photographers have been documenting massive clouds of pollen dominating the skies since spring first sprung on March 20.

A tree-cutting service in Chattanooga, Tennessee, shared a video of a 'pollen bomb' dropping in front of a home last week.


The clip showed a massive tree branch slowly descending toward the ground, where a giant yellow cloud bloomed on impact.

'If you think your allergies are trying to kill you, you'd be right!' Timberline LLC wrote on its Facebook page.
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Re: Stock up on Benadryl: Thick soupy clouds of yellow pollen settle over the southeastern US causing a severe spike in allergies and respiratory con
You mean that racist pollen?
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Its OK. That's what rain is for. Its the wet stuff that falls from the sky!
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Re: Stock up on Benadryl: Thick soupy clouds of yellow pollen settle over the southeastern US causing a severe spike in allergies and respiratory con
Stunning photographs show a thick haze of yellow pine pollen hanging over large swaths of the southeastern US where residents have been relying heavily on their allergy medications so far this spring.

Doctors across North Carolina and Tennessee are reporting increases in number of patients complaining of itching, watering eyes, runny nose, sneezing and coughing as intense allergens fill the air.

In Raleigh, North Carolina, photographers have been documenting massive clouds of pollen dominating the skies since spring first sprung on March 20.

A tree-cutting service in Chattanooga, Tennessee, shared a video of a 'pollen bomb' dropping in front of a home last week.


The clip showed a massive tree branch slowly descending toward the ground, where a giant yellow cloud bloomed on impact.

'If you think your allergies are trying to kill you, you'd be right!' Timberline LLC wrote on its Facebook page.
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 Quoting: Coastie Patriot


Who are these people who go to the doctor complaining of itchy, watery eyes and a runny nose in April? Have we become so dull as a people we can't self-diagnose spring allergies and make a quick trip to Walgreen's for some Benadryl or Nasacort? These must be the same people who take their kids to the doctor for sniffles and demand a prescription for completely useless antibiotics before they'll leave.

Incidentally, my wife was one of those people suffering from severe allergies. She picked up some Claritin at the drug store et voila, she's better. No trip to a doctor needed to tell her what she already knew.
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