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Insurance companies not covering prescription allergy medications

About 40 million Americans suffer from indoor or outdoor allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Unfortunately for many allergy-sufferers, several insurance companies have stopped covering prescription allergy medications, according to the Carroll County Times.

Those who once relied on prescriptions to ease their symptoms are now turning to over-the-counter drugs, many of which are not effective in relieving their moderate to severe sore throats, congestion and itchy eyes.

Because of this, many brands that were once prescription-only only have begun to develop over-the-counter medications.

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If your over-the-counter medication isn't doing the trick, use an air purifier to clear your home of the allergens that make you feel terrible.

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