How to control your allergy symptoms during peak season

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A recent study found that spring allergy season starts earlier and lasts longer. NBC’s Senior Medical Correspondent Dr. John Torres joins TODAY’s 3rd Hour with tips to help you prevent allergies and shares recommendations on what to look for at the pharmacy if you’re trying to keep your symptoms at bay.

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