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Because grass, weed and tree pollen counts can be highest in the morning, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Allergists recommends staying indoors between 5–10 a.m. to avoid your pollen allergy, which is also called hay fever. Roll up the car windows, and rely on an air conditioner instead of an open window or attic fan to cool your home, advises this branch of the National Institutes of Health. Wash your hair before going to bed to avoid getting pollen on your pillow. Click on our Allergy Info feature to learn more about pollens and allergy, as well as find links to allergy research and support groups.

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