Dr. Bassett says a lot of people have no idea they have allergies and now’s the time they’re going to feel the pain.

“In many of our patients, three out of four who have seasonal allergies have indoor allergies and they rev up in the months of October and November. With less ventilation in the homes, offices, windows are closed more exposure to indoor allergens,” Dr. Bassett said.

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