LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - With spring weather in the air, so are allergies.
Doctors are reminding people both pollen and mold can trigger allergies, and even aggravate asthma this time of year. If you're feeling an uptick in asthma attacks lately, doctors suggest you focus on managing your allergy problems first. They say once your allergies are in check, you may be able to manage your asthma easier, and even use less medication to control it.
Allergy symptoms include congestion, itchy eyes and a running nose, among others.
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