It’s spring. Flowers are blooming, kids are playing, days are breezy and people are sneezing. It’s allergy season again. Many people have questions about allergies at this time of year. The time of year, where you and your neighbors look like you’ve been hit with hay fever. Because of the fluctuating weather, spring and summer […]
Predicting where the stock market, political elections, or home prices are headed can be tricky business. Just as complex is understanding where our allergies are coming from – and whether they’re getting worse. Future allergies will be a huge problem if we are not prepared to handle them. Anyone who has experienced nasal allergies knows how […]
The pollen production from trees, grasses and weeds that trigger hay fever (allergic rhinitis) peak during the late summer and early fall. Itchy, red eyes and stuffy noses can make the end of summer even more upsetting. Use these simple tips to fight allergies and enjoy the outdoors without fear!
Come spring and newspapers, magazines, and Internet feeds everywhere are flooded with headlines broadcasting the worst cities to live for allergy sufferers. The East Coast, due to its seasonal grasses and climate is known to be a particularly difficult region for allergy sufferers. There are, however, certain places where people are less likely to be […]
Latex is a form of natural rubber, and is used in countless items ranging from household products like dishwashing gloves, rubber bands, and condoms, to even the waistbands on various items of clothing. Repeated exposure to latex or rubber products has been seen to induce allergic symptoms so knowing if you’re at risk is important […]