Suffering from Spring Allergies? Don’t Make This Mistake

As spring enters full bloom, millions of people will begin sniffling and sneezing due to seasonal allergies. As many as 30 percent of adults and 40 percent of children in the U.S. suffer from seasonal allergies, or hay fever, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Seasonal allergies can

Gardening with Spring Allergies? It’s Possible!

If you’ve ever looked at your neighbor’s well-manicured garden peppered with pollen-filled flowers and grimaced at the thought of a looming allergy attack—fear not! There is a way to have a green thumb without sneezing yourself silly. By monitoring the weather, and choosing the most opportune times of day to

Rain, Rain Go Away

If you’re looking out the window wishing for the rain to disappear, you may want to take a moment to rethink dashing out the door as soon as it stops. Overall, rain is widely believed to provide brief respite from allergy symptoms, as the moisture weighs down the airborne pollen