Allergies Or COVID? As Spring Moves In, Maryland Allergist Dr. Matz Breaks Down How To TellDr. Matz said if you're not sure or haven't had seasonal allergies before, you should first take your temperature, because a fever is not a symptom of allergies. He also recommends getting a COVID-19 test. 
Seasonal Allergies Or COVID-19? Here's How To Tell The Difference Between SymptomsAccording to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation, an estimated 50 million Americans suffer from some sort of allergy each year.
Weather Blog: Pollen Season Still HereHow many of you are affected by pollen?
As Allergy Season Hits, Here's How To Tell If Your Symptoms Are Allergies Or CoronavirusRegular allergy sufferers know the sniffles alone can mean business, but amid the coronavirus pandemic, some wonder whether their coughs and shortness of breath are from allergies or COVID-19.
That's Not Yellow Paint, It's Pollen In Waters Along Assateague IslandSpring has sprung in Maryland and even during a coronavirus quarantine pollen continues to be a problem for allergy sufferers. 
Allergic To Dogs? It May Only Be The MalesLove dogs but find yourself uncontrollably sneezing around some of them? There might be a solution that's easier than allergy shots.
How To Best Handle Kids' Fall AllergiesPerhaps you think of allergies as being most bothersome—and most likely to occur—during the spring and summer months, when pollens and molds are seemingly everywhere.
Allergy Season Hits Baltimore Hard Even As Pollen Counts DropDr. Golden said even though the pollen count has dipped this month other factors are making people feel miserable.
Springtime Allergies In Full Swing Across MarylandWith springtime comes allergies, and allergy season is now in full swing in Maryland.
Woman's Runny Nose Was Actually Leaking Brain Fluid, Doctors SayA woman in Nebraska who thought she was suffering from a terrible case of allergies has been told by doctors that her runny nose was actually being caused by leaking brain fluid.
UTZ Recalling Tortilla Chips Over Milk Allergy ConcernsThe recall affects products that were reportedly distributed to retail stores in over 30 states and Washington, DC.