Allergist Immunologist with MCHS Austin predicts fall allergy season will run longer in Minnesota this year due to warmer weather

An Allergist Immunologist with Mayo Clinic Health Systems in Austin is predicting that the fall allergy season will run longer in Minnesota this year due to warmer weather.  Dr. Dayne Voelker spoke with KAUS News and stated that through October weed allergens, with ragweed being a popular fall allergen will be prevalent, along with molds…


Dr. Voelker went on to state that the first frost of the fall can help alleviate the amount of allergens in the air…

Dr. Voelker stated that there are several treatment options available to those who suffer from fall allergies…

Dr. Voelker went on to note that there is now an allergy clinic available at the Mayo Clinic Health System campus in Austin for those that suffer from allergies seeking treatment or more information.  

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