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Dr. Jackie on Money Magazine: 5 ways to cut the cost of allergy relief

Dr. Jackie on Money Magazine: 5 ways to cut the cost of allergy relief

Looking for allergy relief? Prescriptions, rather than OTC remedies, are often more effective and cheaper in the long run. Dr. Jackie Eghrari-Sabet, along with four other allergy doctors, offers advice on how to cut the cost of allergy relief.

Dr. Eghrari-Sabet quoted in Money Magazine

For gear, there’s no need to splurge

The best air purifier is your air conditioner, says Gaithersburg, Md., allergist Jacqueline Eghrari-Sabet. Just add a HEPA filter to trap pollen, dust, and mold spores. With no AC, a basic $50 HEPA air purifier works fine, especially in small rooms.

When you’re allergic to heavier allergens that settle quickly — like dust mites and cat hair — air purifiers may not help much, though. Get a HEPA filter for your vacuum and clean often.

Read the whole article on Money Magazine website.

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