In light of all the recent rain, you've probably seen all the green in our mountains. But, that means you can expect a spring allergy season like none other.
Doctors say we've been getting the kind of rain that breaks up pollen and makes it miserable for allergy sufferers once the wind kicks up.
Heightened pollen levels can trigger asthma attacks, coughing, and other medical issues. so what can you do now to beat allergies before they begin?
"I would see your primary care doctor or a board-certified allergist/immunologist to help you with medical management, as well as to ascertain exactly what you may or may not be allergic to," Dr. Vincent Devlin, allergist and immunologist at Eisenhower Medical Center.