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March 2020

If you’re like millions of Americans this month, your nose is running, your eyes are itching, and your brain is fuzzy. Welcome to spring. As much as you'd love to just curl up with a box of tissues, you have a life to live. While it's easy to trivialize these annoying symptoms, they're nothing to sneeze at. We talked to doctors at Tulsa’s Carey Clinic and have some allergy-fighting actions you can take so that you can enjoy the fresh air outside.
Photographer: Marc Rains
Models: Sarah Hutcherson and Claire Marie Draeger

Features

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Dine + Drink

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Best Bets

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Departments

Dawna Wright

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