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Arts & Entertainment - December 20, 2013

Allergies: one gift you don't want to share during the holidays

Cold weather kicks off indoor allergy season

The holidays are a time when the decorations come out of storage, a live tree is brought inside adorned with lights and ornaments, and holiday scents fill the air. While this sounds like a warm and homey-style holiday, it can also cause watery eyes, runny noses and sneezes. Read on to learn how you can bypass these problems and enjoy a festive holiday season. The outdoor allergy season may have ended with the frosty cold weather of fall, but it's the kickoff to the indoor allergy season that affects millions of allergy sufferers and those with asthma.

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