09/09/2011 12:03 pm ET | Updated Nov 09, 2011

Fall Allergy Season May Be Longest, Strongest This Year

With record pollen counts already on the board for August, this fall is gearing up to be one of the worst, and longest, allergy seasons yet. Thanks to a particularly wet summer, ragweed pollen levels are surging and standing water left over from summer flooding and Hurricane Irene has increased the amount of mold, a common year-round allergen, in the air.

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