Month: March 2011

Allergy Season is Here

Are you affected by allergy season and spring’s high pollen counts? Well, you aren’t the only one. A USA Today article, “Seasonal allergies emerging,” reported that at least 10 percent of Americans have seasonal allergies to tree, grass, and ragweed pollens.  An estimated 60 million people in the U.S. are afflicted with allergy symptoms, such … Continued

Debugging the Myths in Concord, New Hampshire

Last spring, author Raymond Bial wrote a book, What’s Bugging You?, that teaches children the differences between good and bad bugs and helpful or potentially harmful plants. While reading the book, children learn how to become “pest detectives” around their homes and yards. Ray traveled around the state of New York, visiting elementary schools in … Continued

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