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Allergy-fighting appsAs temperatures increase, so do itchy eyes, runny noses and scratchy throats. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on high-tech tools for managing the worst of seasonal allergies.
[MUSIC] It's a trick to manage seasonal allergies as to be prepared so that means more than stuffing your pockets with tissue. In addition download either the free pollen.com app or webmd allergy app or even both onto your smartphone to receive the latest allergy forecast and pollen rating. WebMD will even push you personalized tips depending on the allergies that affect you. A couple of different allergy medication manufacturers also have their own apps. Zyrtec and Omnaris both make free downloads that provide pollen forecasts and let you track your symptoms. These apps are especially beneficial if you use the medication. As our prescription reminder features and even inapt coupons for your next purchase. And finally if you're travelling this allergy season install the free Around Me app onto your phone and tablet. It's a great general app to find restaurants and activity recommendations but this. This time of year it's invaluable for being able to pinpoint nearby medical facilities like urgent care centers and pharmacies. In San Francisco I'm Charis DuBois. Cnet.com for CBS news.