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5 Surprising Summer Allergies

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  • 1. Health Services University of New Hampshire5 Surprising Summer Allergies
  • 2. Bugs!Stings can be painful and even life-threatening.Be careful around open sodas and other sweet foods and drinkswhen youre outside, these can lure stinging insects.If you have a reaction, call UNH Health Services at (603) 862-1530 to be seen by one of our medical clinicians.
  • 3. Chlorine!This pool chemical can cause asthma flare-ups in somepeople.If you have a reaction, call UNH Health Services at (603) 862-1530 to be seen by one of our medical clinicians.
  • 4. Camp Fire Smoke!Camp fire smoke can bring on asthma symptoms. Be sure tonot sit directly in the path of where the smoke is blowing.If you have a reaction, call UNH Health Services at (603) 862-1530 to be seen by one of our medical clinicians.
  • 5. Weather Changes!Is it windy out? Wind can circulate pollen and mold, triggeringallergy symptoms in some people.If you have a reaction, call UNH Health Services at (603) 862-1530 to be seen by one of our medical clinicians.
  • 6. Fruits and Vegetables!Certain types of fruits and vegetables, such aspeaches, apples, and melons, can cause tingling in themouth in some people, especially people with pollen allergies.If you have a reaction, call UNH Health Services at (603) 862-1530 to be seen by one of our medical clinicians.
  • 7. UNH Health Services (603) 862-2856 www.unh.edu/health-services Get more health tips by getting social with us! @UNHHealthSource: National Library of Medicinehttp://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/videos/news/summer_allergies_052312.html

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