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It's spring in Las Vegas, which means blue skies, flowers and - ah-choo! - allergies. The city recently ranked as second worst in metro areas for ragweed allergies.  So what triggers allergies here?  What can you do to avoid a sneezefest?  And how you determine what you specifically are allergic to?  Experts take your questions.

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Joel Katz, MD, allergist and immunologist, Allergy & Asthma Center
Joram Seggev, MD, allergist and immunologist
Nevin Wilson, MD, allergist and professor, University of Nevada School of Medicine

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