There is a ton of information floating around in the world, and sometimes things stick that aren’t necessarily true. When it comes to medical conditions, these misconceptions can lead to patients waiting longer before seeking treatment, incorrectly diagnosing themselves, and using incorrect medications.
In the Chattanooga area, weed pollen usually begins to pollinate in August and continues until the first or second frost. Learn more about the fall allergy season.
Here at Family Allergy and Asthma, we know just how difficult it can be to fight summer allergies, especially when any sign of cough, congestion, or a sore throat can be a symptom of something worse.
When allergy and asthma symptoms are relentless, we offer Cluster and Rush Allergy Shots To speed up the timeline. Learn more!
Spring Cleaning can be a daunting task to those with allergies. Here are ten tips for cleaning with your allergies in mind!
As we move through January, we can all look forward to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games! The games happen February 4 through February 20 in and around Beijing, China.
New year, new me. That phrase gets tossed around frequently this time of the year as people start making their new year’s resolutions. Allergies and asthma are often forgotten, but there is no better time to start a plan for tackling springtime allergies, then right now.
There are many reasons to get allergy tested before the spring pollen season kicks in, but today, we’re going to lay out 3 reasons why you should get an allergy test before spring.
While many people commonly share stories of shellfish, tree nut, or wheat intolerance, the facts reveal sesame allergy is more common than you might think.
If your student is heading to college, it’s an important time to help them prepare to manage their pollen, mold, and food allergies on their own.