Over-the-Counter Allergy Drugs: Which Ones Are Best For You?

From the colorful blooms to the picture-perfect weather, it’s hard to beat springtime in Charleston — except for the dreaded allergy symptoms. Many kids and adults alike suffer from allergies so severe that they end up missing school or work. Luckily, there are tons of great medications available over-the-counter that can work wonders for every member of the family.

6 Survival Tips for Spring Allergies

The first days of spring are always exciting: the days get longer, the sun shines brighter, and colorful flowers start to bloom. But for many people, this also means the dreaded allergy season has begun. Sure, the weather’s great, but who wants to spend time outside if it means itchy eyes and runny noses?

Suffering from Spring Allergies? Don't Make These 6 Mistakes

Blooming flowers, budding leaves on the trees and warmer temperatures are welcome signs of spring. But there’s one springtime sight that causes a collective groan around the Lowcountry: yellow pollen.
For allergy sufferers, blooming trees and grasses mean a season of sneezing and sniffles. It’s impossible to escape the pollen, but there are some ways to make spring allergy season more bearable, says Dr. Carolyn Word with Charleston Allergy & Asthma.