Pollen Counts

Family Allergy & Asthma operates two Pollen Counting Stations that are certified by the National Allergy Bureau in Louisville and Florence, Kentucky. Our pollen counting stations collect common allergens in our region of the United States, this includes ragweed, common grasses (Kentucky bluegrass, bermuda, redtop, orchard and timothy grasses), and common trees (Oak, Cedar, Willow, Pine, Birch, and Mulberry) as well as mold spores. View today’s pollen counts below:

Louisville Region

Trees
Absent
Weeds
Absent
Grass
Absent
Mold
Low

Northern Kentucky

Trees
Absent
Weeds
Low
Grass
Absent
Mold
NA

Don’t forget these tips to fight pollen allergies:

  1. Use medication to control symptoms and get relief sooner.
  2. Wear a NIOSH N95 mask while outside doing yardwork.
  3. Shower after being outside, wash your hair to remove pollen.
  4. Keep windows closed in the late summer and fall to prevent the outside from coming inside.
  5. Use HEPA filters in air conditioners and furnaces to keep inside air clean. Use a dehumidifier to control the humidity in damp basements that cause mold.

Don’t suffer from untreated allergies. Schedule an appointment today with one of our board-certified allergists, and move towards a clearer tomorrow. 

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