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.

5 Things You Didn't Know About Fall Allergies

In the Lowcountry, those first signs of fall free us from the weight of summer’s heat and humidity. We’re eager to get outside, enjoying the sunny days and cooler temperatures. But for those with allergies, fall can mean a spike in symptoms. Here are five things you probably didn’t know about fall allergies: 1. Pollen isn’t just a springtime nuisance In the spring, yellow pollen is visible everywhere, covering cars … Read More