Tolerating Seasonal Alergies

Living Longer - Living Well
A media series with Harry Haramis.

Transcript— Because we often see goldenrod blooming along the roadsides in late summer and early fall, many people blame this plant for their seasonal allergies. In fact, ragweed - not goldenrod - is more likely the cause of our stuffy noses and itchy or watery eyes because a single plant sends out billions of pollen particles that find their way to our sinuses. Any time you have trouble tolerating your allergy symptoms, ask a pharmacist what might help.