Your allergies may have noticed that pollen is out in full force. Runny noses combined with sinus congestion, sneezing, coughing and itchy, watery eyes have returned along with the high pollen counts. The temperatures are on the rise, meaning pollen is here to stay. This time of year many different tips and myths pop up
Simple spring cleaning tips that can help you reduce the allergens in your home and help you ease your allergy symptoms while in your home!
During this time of year, weather throughout the region change daily. As temperatures reach above 50 degrees, plants begin to bloom and release pollen into the air.
If you’ve experienced a flood, it is important to take the appropriate measures. Controlling moisture and mold growth is essential for mold allergies.
Rush Immunotherapy, or “Rush Allergy Shots,” shortens the build-up phase of allergy shots. Typically this phase lasts 3-6 months; however, with Rush, the build-up phase is just 1 to 2 days.
Flu season begins in the fall and can last throughout winter. Patients with egg allergies do not need to take special precautions when getting the flu shot.
Are you sneezing? Have itchy/watery eyes or a runny nose? This is the time of year for seasonal fall allergies, here are some tips to help you find relief.
Fall Allergies & Ragweed Pollen It seems like summer has just started, but we’ve already spotted weed pollen in our counts, so we know fall allergies are not too far away. Now is the time to prepare. If you usually have fall allergies, it’s essential to begin your allergy medications a few weeks before you
Do you have unused or expired allergy and asthma medications? You might be wondering how to dispose of them. Here’s how.
Childhood allergies have been linked to poor school attendance and poor quality of children’s play. If you recognize any of these allergy symptoms persisting throughout the year, consider allergy testing for your child.