If you or your kids have started sniffling, sneezing and rubbing your eyes over the past few months, you’re not alone — it’s seasonal allergy time, and the transition between seasons is kicking symptoms into overdrive.
Though no one knows why allergies are skyrocketing, we do know what causes them. Allergies are an immunological "overreaction" to a substance that enters the body through airborne particles such as pollen, skin contact, or ingested foods.
Spring is upon us. My allergies have been acting up for weeks. So it seems the right time to talk about cross-pollination, a subject that it is at the heart of important new exhibits in Los Angeles and New York.