So-called experts are calling this year’s allergy season in New Jersey normal, although allergy sufferers in our state may beg to differ. The pollen began appearing this year the first day of spring. A Rutgers professor insists that conditions are normal. "The sky is not falling this year," said Leonard Bielory, a professor at the Rutgers Center for Environmental Prediction, according to the Daily Record. "This is the first normal season in at least 10 years. The grass is not as high, pollen counts are normal."
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