Colorado Springs Pollen Report – June 27, 2013

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Today’s pollen report for Colorado Springs:

Trees – High

 

Grass – Moderate

 

Weeds – Moderate

 

 

Allergy Tip of the Day:

 

Plan your packing with allergies in mind.

Pack all the medications you’ll need in your purse or carry-on bag — something you’ll have at hand in the car, in your train seat, or on the flight. Bring a day’s worth of extra doses just in case you’re delayed.

Keep medications in their original packaging to avoid running afoul of the Transportation Security Administration if you’re flying. You should be allowed to check all types of medication through the security checkpoint. If it’s in three-ounce or smaller quantities, you can put it in a clear quart-sized bag as you do with shampoo and perfume — but give the meds their own bag, separate from cosmetics and other liquids. If your liquid or gel medications are in larger quantities, put them in a separate bag and declare them separately to the screener.

If you use dust-proof, zippered pillow covers at home, pack one for the pillow at your destination. It takes up little to no space in your suitcase. If you’re really expecting to encounter some dust mite problems while away, you can even fold up and pack your mattress cover, but that will take up more space.

If you have food allergies, pack acceptable snacks in your carry-on so you won’t have to take a chance on airline food or the options available in train stations, rest stops and airports.

 

 

Provided by Asthma and Allergy Associates P.C. Dr Robert NathanDr. Daniel Soteres and Dr. Luke Webb

For more information on asthma or allergies in Colorado Springs or Pueblo, contact Asthma & Allergy Associates, P.C. at (719) 473-0872 today or visit our website!!!

 

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