With the arrival of spring and the Farmer’s Almanac calling for cooler than normal temperatures, thoughts of the season’s activities come to the fore, and it is worth thinking about some seasonal health concerns that may arise.
Budding trees, bushes and flowers release pollen into the spring air. Moreover, a rainy spring can promote mold growth, leading to symptoms that last well into summer. You can combat spring allergies with medicines. So start your allergy medicines about two weeks before you expect symptoms, to get your defenses geared up, and follow pollen counts online or through your local weather forecast.