Climate change is slowly prolonging allergy season in Minnesota

[WCCO-TV News, April 07, 2022] Spring is a welcome sight for many Minnesotans. But for allergy sufferers, it can be a struggle. And climate experts say allergy season is likely getting worse over time.

“We know that climate change affects the pollen season, not just the length but also the pollen counts, making the allergy sufferers more miserable,” said Dr. Pramod Kelkar, an allergist at Allina Health.

And when that happens, Kelkar’s office fills up.

Posted on April 08, 2022 in AllergiesAllergies

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