But along with the warm weather comes the pollens and molds that plague those of us with seasonal allergies.
In northern parts of the U.S., the earliest pollen triggers come from trees. In the Midwest, Elm trees begin to pollinate as early as February or March when the temperature rises. Cottonwoods, Birch, Maple and Oak soon follow...
Summer colds can be very annoying but how do you determine whether you have a cold, or have seasonal allergy? Runny nose, postnasal drip... Read more »
We are almost through ragweed season but some of my patients are wondering what made this year's season so bad. Actually, a certain number... Read more »