The long, cold winter has been keeping pollen- and allergy symptoms- at bay. Some trees should have started pollinating weeks ago. But Dr. Leonard Bielory with Rutgers University’s Robert Wood Johnson Medical School says to get ready for a one-two punch, as trees play catch-up… "Late release, overlapping, and therefore much more intense, to the point where you may even see clouds of pollen being released over the next several weeks where there will be an almost yellow-green mist," Bielory told WCBS 880’s Sean Adams… This year bucks a trend that Bielory, who has been studying climate change, has seen. In recent years, his counts show pollen release starting earlier and lasting longer.
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