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Help Prevent Allergy Attacks Using Your Iphone

Published on Feb 14, 2011 with 1 comment


With all of the technology at the grasp of your hands today, why not use it to help prevent allergic reactions?  Our friends over at the Pollen Blog have done just that.

The name of the Iphone App. is “Allergy Alert” by SDI Health LLC, and it’s a 4-in-one tool for those who suffer from Allergies.  Using you zip code information, this App. can be used to set up alerts, pull forecast information (pertaining to allergies, asthma, coughing, and ultraviolet rays), and give you allergy index levels.  Best of all it’s free!

To download this Iphone App. for free, either search for “Allergy Alert” on Itunes, or in the App. store on your Iphone.


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