Steroid Shots For Allergies — Side Effects, How They Work, More

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There’s no sugarcoating the fact that allergies are an absolute pain in the you-know-what. And when the change in season rolls around, allergy sufferers have to deal with weeks and weeks of red, itchy eyes and plenty of sneezing.

And it seems like allergy season just keeps getting worse, right?! Well, the severity of allergy season depends on weather patterns, the amount of rain, and the temperature, says Dr Kara Wada, an allergist/immunologist at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Unfortunately, climate change has had an effect on all of these — and that’s the case for the 2020 allergy season, too. “Each year of the last several years, we have seen increases in the pollen counts and pollen seasons are lasting longer. This has been attributed to climate change.” 

Okay, a worse allergy season…

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