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Updated: Monday, April 1 2013, 05:24 PM EDTSome experts think we're in for one of the worst allergy seasons ever. Many blame the climate change. Doctor Leon Elliston of Arden expects a "lush" season after a warm and wet winter.He says trees, weeds and grass are going to be especially prolific. Of course, that's terrible news for the one in five of us who suffers from allergies. "Looks like they're gonna start early, which is bad for allergy patients," Dr. Elliston says. "As it proceeds it worsens daily. A longer season is often worse for a patient."Doctor Elliston says he's already been swamped in the last few weeks, by patients in need of relief.Bad Allergy Season Expected
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