Sudden allergies: when a summer cold is much more
With temperatures in the 80s, the last thing anyone wants is a runny nose and constant sneezing to put a damper on vacation plans and outdoor festivals. While many blame their symptoms on a summer cold, it could be something much more.
"Contrary to popular belief, seasonal allergies don't only strike in the spring and fall months," said allergist Richard Weber, MD, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. "Allergies are also common in the summer and can even last year-round for some sufferers." Read more.