Nasal sprays, eye drops, pills, melts and inhalers fill the pharmacy shelves. Kids are kept inside with windows shut, parents struggle through work with bright red, itchy eyes, soccer practices are skipped and allergy shots begun. This is the face of allergies, circa 2015. If you think allergies are worse than they used to be, you are right. As our air is changing, plants are changing along with it. We’d better get used to it.