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The Professor explains, " Sometimes certain things, such as flowers or food or dust, can cause your body to act in a strange way. You might get watery eyes, sneeze a lot, or get a rash. You might even start to cough or have breathing problems." " So Willie is allergic to spring flowers?" Minnie asks. " He could be," says the Professor. " But to be sure, he should visit a doctor, who may order an allergy test."

" Does it hurt?" asks Willie. " I don't like getting hurt." " It's easy," says the Professor. " With an allergy test, the doctor simply takes a bit of blood from your arm. It feels like a little pinch. And soon, we'll know what is making you feel so bad." Willie sings, " Fee, fie, foe. I'm not afraid. C'mon, let's go!"