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Plans to end garden sneezes

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AS families are encouraged to get out into the garden and get their youngsters growing food and flowers instead of going to play in the park, some parents are worried that this could exacerbate any existing childhood allergies.

Now writer, designer and allergy expert Jackie Herald has come up with a series

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