Fall has arrived! The leaves are turning colors, the air is getting cool and crisp…and you’re sneezing?
Allergies don’t just occur as things bloom in the spring and summer.
Fall allergies have different triggers than spring and summer allergies, but they can be just as annoying. Ragweed is a common culprit. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America report that 10 to 20 percent of Americans suffer from ragweed allergy or hay fever. Ragweed begins releasing pollen in late summer and continues almost until frost kills the plant.