Snot can help doctors diagnose allergies
With trees and bushes blooming, your seasonal allergies might be booming.
Believe it or not, the answer to help could come from your snot.
If your snot is runny and clear, it’s most likely allergies.
If it’s green or yellow, it could a mild infection, Dr. Rama Wahood with American Family Care explained. Darker snot could be something more serious.
However, what starts as allergies could also progress into something else.
Learn more about what you can do to help by watching the video.