You can never be too careful walking on snow and ice, especially when you don't have good, ground-gripping shoes. Area doctors say last week's storms created hazardous conditions, even for folks walking in their own driveways.
Cooler temperatures have ushered in the fall season with so many families ready to throw open the windows! If you do let some fresh air in, you are also letting outdoor allergens into your home. Combine outdoor allergens with indoor allergens, you have the perfect storm for allergy sufferers.
Fall weather is finally here and cooler temperatures usher in fall allergy season. The sneezing, stuffy nose, itchy eyes, scratchy throats and cough, which are all symptoms of allergic rhinitis, start up as the pollens blows in and stirs up ragweed, the most common fall allergen.