Dr. Anju Peters
Allergy season in the Midwest usually starts around late March through late May as milder temperatures head our way, says Dr. Anju Peters, an allergist with Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
The next time you think you’re suffering from a cold or the flu, your real problem might be this mild winter. Seasonal allergies are expected to start earlier this year.
The sneezing, the wheezing, those watery, red eyes; seasonal allergies are in full swing. For many, relief is just a drugstore counter away. But as CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports, more and more allergy sufferers are taking a road to relief that’s paved by Mother Nature.