300 dpi 5 col x 9.25 in / 246x235 mm / 837x799 pixels Reid Brown color illustration of allergy season with a swollen faced man with red, watery eyes standing in tall grass and under a pollenating bee. San Jose Mercury News 2001

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300 dpi 5 col x 9.25 in / 246x235 mm / 837x799 pixels Reid Brown color illustration of allergy season with a swollen faced man with red, watery eyes standing in tall grass and under a pollenating bee. San Jose Mercury News 2001 Companion KRTi HotTopics are available on this subject. KRT
300 dpi 5 col x 9.25 in / 246x235 mm / 837x799 pixels Reid Brown color illustration of allergy season with a swollen faced man with red, watery eyes standing in tall grass and under a pollenating bee. San Jose Mercury News 2001 Companion KRTi HotTopics are available on this subject. KRT

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