Could face masks help reduce allergy symptoms?

Do you have a runny nose? How about a cough? In a pandemic, these could be considered COVID-19 symptoms, but for allergy sufferers, this is their life every spring. If you have allergies, you know exactly what she is talking about. Nature is responding to the warmer weather and LifeBridge Health-affiliated asthma and allergy specialist Dr. Jonathan Matz says he doesn’t need a groundhog to tell him spring has sprung. The tree pollen has patients already coming in for appointments.