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Airborne allergies affect millions of Americans. It's a fact. And the cause of all this suffering can be linked to the plants and trees around us.

Researchers and sufferers are actively seeking information and relief. Tens of thousands of people depend on Pollen.com every day for up to date allergy forecasts from our web site and our Allergy Alert emails.

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The PollenLibrary.com was developed as another resource for these allergy sufferers to aid in the identification and management of their allergies. Perfect for botany researchers and allergy sufferers alike, we hope the Allergy and Botany Research Library is a useful tool for anyone interested in allergies or botany. For you researchers, the library contains data on more than 1100 botanical species, including allergenicity, geographic and seasonal distribution, and photographs and county-level maps where available.

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