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Google wants to save you from allergies with new pollen forecasts

Google wants to save you from the sniffles. Today the internet giant announced that it will soon begin displaying detailed pollen level forecasts straight into Search. The new feature practically helps users avoid seasonal allergy symptoms by letting them know in advance how high the pollen levels in their area will be. Once the functionality goes live, you will be able to access this data by searching for the key phrase ‘pollen forecast’ in Search.
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