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Frost on fall leaves

Frost crusts fallen leaves. An extended warm period prolonged fall allergies, and as Chicago transitions into winter, the effects of indoor allergens could increase.

Amy Sancetta

Frost on fall leaves

Frost crusts fallen leaves. An extended warm period prolonged fall allergies, and as Chicago transitions into winter, the effects of indoor allergens could increase.

Amy Sancetta

Got fall allergies this year? You’re not alone

Chicagoans have been reporting itchy eyes, runny noses and fatigue in high numbers. Experts say months of warm weather are to blame.

Frost crusts fallen leaves. An extended warm period prolonged fall allergies, and as Chicago transitions into winter, the effects of indoor allergens could increase.

Amy Sancetta

   

Climate change strikes again! This time, it’s led to a prolonged ragweed season in the Midwest that’s causing worse-than-normal allergic reactions in our area.

Reset gets an update from an allergist.

GUEST: Dr. Baiju Malde, allergist, clinical instructor with Northwestern Medical Group for adults

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