WASHINGTON — Finally. The beautiful weather is here. The sun is shining and the winter coat is in the closet. You’re ready to grab your shades and spend the day outside … Outside with those…
The recent cold and snow may affect the severity of tree pollen season for sufferers.
This week is a tough one for those with allergies. Allergists say the
most recent pollen count in our area sky high and the rain may not be helping.
The pollen count was above 1,000 last weekend. A count of 75 is considered high.
Find out which Virginia city makes the top 10 list of worst places to live for people with allergies.
It\’s still winter. But while the trees are bare, allergy sufferers are starting to sneeze their way toward spring.
The sneezing, the runny nose, the hives – aren\’t I too old for this?
Some practical changes you make in your lifestyle can help reduce your exposure to pollen.
Break out the tissues. For four million allergy
sufferers, it\’s officially allergy season — and
this year\’s season could be
the worst one yet.
July failed to bring the usual summer break from
high grass pollen counts, and now an additional
aggravating pollen is in the air.