Research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) shows the effects of climate change are lengthening allergy
The next few months may decide whether the shortage hits area hospitals, one UW Medicine expert says.
Lack of devices created a "perfect storm" of events just before the school year's start.
Warmer weather means that trees, flowers, and grasses are blooming and sprouting – and with that, allergy season. This can mean misery for people allergic to all the pollen floating through the air.