Mar 27, 2010 12:50 PM by Jamie Smith
Have you seen your friends and neighbors walking around with red eyes and sniffling noses? It's that time of year again, allergy season.
Allergists say that allergies are pretty much year-round, but it seems to get worse in the Springtime. Low nighttime temperatures, along with high pollen counts can be someone with allergies worst nightmare. Another variable, is rain, which can increase the mold count.
This type of weather can have allergist offices busy this time of year "We sometimes have to treat the asthma a little more vigorously this time of year