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Pollen Forecast: Trees will remain high. Grasses will be low. Weeds may reach the moderate category. And mold will remain low.

Did You Know?: Preventing Insect Stings
If you see a stinging insect, remain calm and quiet, and slowly move away from the area. Never slap or brush off an insect of this kind. It will not sting unless frightened or antagonized.

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The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 14, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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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.

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The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 13, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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Pollen Forecast: While trees as a category made it to the moderate category, the different types of tree pollen were each low. This will likely remain so through the first part of Friday when we start to clear out and warm up. Look for pollen ranges to return to high by the weekend for tree pollen. Grass pollen will remain absent today, but as we warm up and dry out through the weekend, they will likely return. Weeds have been low and will remain low throughout the weekend. Mold will also remain low.

Did You Know?: The right care can make the difference between suffering with an allergic disease and feeling better. By visiting the office of an allergist, you can expect an accurate diagnosis, a treatment plan that works and educational information to help you manage your disease.

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The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 9, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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Pollen Forecast: Due to the fog and drizzle this morning, pollen levels will be significantly lower than previously predicted. Trees will be low. Grass will likely be absent. Don’t rule out a stray weed pollen. Molds will also remain low due to the chillier temperatures. Expect this to hold true at least through late Thursday as the we continue to have increased rain/snow chances through the region.

Did You Know?: Unlike pollen, mold does not have a specific season. It is affected by weather conditions such as wind, rain or temperature. Outdoor mold spores begin to appear after a spring thaw and reach their peak in July in warmer states and October in the colder states.

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The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 7, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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Pollen Forecast: Tree pollen will remain high through Tuesday. The chances of seeing grass pollen increase each day, but we won’t see it every day. Weeds remain low; and mold remains low.

Did You Know?: Pet Grooming
Brush your pet outdoors to minimize the spread of dander in the home. Their coat can also carry dust and pollen in. Bathe your pet after prolonged outdoor exposure, and regularly, to reduce pollen transfer.

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The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 6, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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Pollen Forecast: Pollen levels will continue to increase through the warm, dry weekend. Trees will return to the high category with the cottonwood family, ash, and oak being the big players. Grasses should remain absent for at least a couple more weeks, but there is the potential for them to start showing up in the warmer areas. Weeds will remain low even though this is not their typical pollination cycle. Mold will be on the increase with the increase sunshine through the weekend, and likely reach the moderate range.

Did You Know?: Mitigate Mold
Reduce mold growth in and around your home by keeping things clean and dry. Inside the home, keep bathroom and kitchen surfaces dry, fix leaky plumbing and seal cracks where water can seep in to avoid mold buildup. Outside the home, remove areas of standing water and dispose of yard waste, especially piled leaves and grass clippings.

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The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 2, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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Pollen Forecast: Pollen levels will remain low throughout the day as the soggy, foggy weather persists. Look for trees to return to moderate levels as we start to dry out Thursday. Weeds could return to low levels as well. Molds have the potential to reach the moderate category with this increased moisture. Grasses will remain absent.

Did You Know?: Food Allergies
Food allergies are often thought of as a childhood diagnosis, however, studies have found almost half of adults with food allergies only discovered them after the age of 18. Food allergy reactions can be mild to life-threatening. Complete avoidance of the food is the best way to prevent reactions. Your allergist can give you a list of what to avoid, including uncommon names for allergens. Reading labels is crucial to managing food allergies. Always carry emergency medication, such as epinephrine, if it has been prescribed for you.

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The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For May 1, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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Pollen Forecast: Pollen today will be low due to the snow. Expect it to rise back to moderate at least with the threat of continued wet weather through tomorrow. Grasses remain absent. Weeds remain low. Molds remain low.

Did You Know?: If you have allergies, the best time to exercise outdoors is in the evening, when pollen has settled. It is also good to exercise outdoors after it rains, because the air will be washed clean.

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

The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For April 30, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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Pollen Forecast: The brief shot of winter we start the week with will calm pollen levels back to moderate until Wednesday when temperatures bump back to the normal range. Weeds seem to just keep hanging on, but I suspect they will not be present the next couple of days. Grasses remain absent. Molds will increase slightly with the warmer, wetter, weather Wednesday.

Did You Know?: Pollen levels are typically lower on rainy, cloudy and windless days.

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

The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For April 29, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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Pollen Forecast: Trees will remain high through the weekend. Grasses will be absent. Weeds could be moderate as the temperatures warm. Mold will remain low.

Did You Know?: Keep windows closed at night to prevent pollen or mold from drifting into your home. Instead, if needed, use air conditioning, which cleans, cools, and dries the air.

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

The post Colorado Springs Pollen Report For April 25, 2019 appeared first on Asthma & Allergy Associates | AACOS.com.

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