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Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Savannah’s pollen levels reached the high range last week, signaling the beginning of a season that can bring a tear to your eye, literally. SouthCoast Health allergist Dr. Wasil Khan shared pollen allergy tips with local TV and newspaper outlets Fox 28, Savannah Morning News, and WTOC 11 Mid-Morning Live, respectively. Dr. Khan provided insight and advice on how to best navigate Savannah’s pollen season. “Avoid prolonged outdoor activities during times of day when pollination is heaviest,” he told reporter Brittini Ray, of Savannah Morning News. “These are usually mornings and evenings. Pollens are more prevalent on warm, dry, windy days and less so on rainy, humid days.”
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