Battling allergies is a complicated fight, as one a local radio journalist knows about firsthand.
This is an especially tough and brutal time for many people with allergies. Even with medicine and other remedies, people do things everyday that could be making their allergies even worse.
It hardly seems like the time to be shutting up the house, but for allergy sufferers, that may be precisely the ticket for surviving this pollen-coated spring.
The bright days of spring are certainly welcome after a long dark winter but not for everyone. If you have allergies, your runny nose and watery eyes can lead to an even more serious condition.
The wet winter and brief warm spell in March have contributed to an early allergy season.
Allergist researchers from Rutgers University say because of the cold and wet winter, the Tri-State is going to have a high pollen count.
Did you see Elise Finch’s 6 p.m. report on allergy season coming earlier than usual this year?
Kids love Halloween because they get a ton of candy, and they get it fast – but that can often be a cause of concern for parents. Parents should check their kids’ candy hauls as soon as they return from trick-or-treating.
It’s that time of year again—the time when kids go back to school and show us how well they share (by doing so with their germs).
Do you seem to always have a runny or stuffy nose? Maybe you chalk it up to a cold you can’t shake or allergies, but this goes beyond allergies.