"When it comes to our health, we need to strive to do better than average," says Mike Tringale, director of marketing and communications at AAFA. "To raise the allergy grade, Americans need to learn how to manage symptoms so allergies do not impact their quality of life, by disrupting daily activities or preventing attendance at important events."
The Test, conducted by International Communications Research, surveyed 1,005 Americans and is part of AAFA's nationwide Allergy Action Plan to help consumers recognize, prevent and safely treat allergy symptoms. The Web site, www.allergyactionplan.com, provides information about spring allergies, local allergy forecasts and Allergy Alert
National Allergy Awareness Test Report Card