Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 13, 2019

 In Allergy Tip of the Day, Pollen Reports

Pollen Data:

Trees

Moderate

Types:
Cottonwood/Poplar/Aspen family, Ash, Oak, Pine, Elm, Juniper/Cedar family, Mulberry, Birch, Other

Grasses

Low

Types:
All Types/Not Differentiated

Weeds

Low

Types:
Chenopod/Amaranth, Composite

Mold

Low

Allergy Tip of the Day: Preventing Insect Stings

Pollen Forecast: Warmer, drier air will allow tree pollen to return to the high category with more cottonwood, aspen and oak expected. Grasses can expect to stay in the low category today, as well as weeds. Molds will also remain low.

Did You Know?: Preventing Insect Stings
It is important for anyone with severe allergies to insect stings to take precautions to avoid a potentially dangerous reaction. Avoid the “territory” of the stinging insect’s nest. These insects are most likely to sting if their homes are disturbed, so it is important to have hives and nests around your home destroyed. Since this activity can be dangerous, it is best to hire a trained exterminator.

Provided by: Asthma & Allergy Associates, P.C. and Research Center, Dr. Robert Nathan, Dr. Daniel Soteres, Dr. Luke Webb

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