Study claims more intense allergy season could start earlier due to rapid climate change

Allergy seasons are going to start earlier and will be much more intense because of climate change, according to a study.
According to a new study published in Nature Communications, by the end of the century, the season of high pollen counts could begin as much as 40 days earlier than previous decades.
Researchers also say pollen counts could climb by 250%.
Allergists recommend monitoring symptoms when they start and to consider taking allergy medication earlier in the season.