Docs: Blood clot risk not higher in coach seats

February 7, 2012 10:59:17 AM PST
Spring may still be weeks away, but many people all across the country are already dealing with a spring time problem: allergies.

That's because the temperatures have been so mild this winter, allergists say many trees are budding early. That means the plants are getting a jump start on pollinating, which triggers sneezes, watery eyes and runny noses.

So that mid-winter cold you have may actually be the result of all the pollen in the air.