Allergies can cause a lot of problems for kids. Asthma, hay fever, and food allergies can make life difficult for young children. Allergy symptoms can get in the way of their play, learning, and sleep. After all, it’s hard to focus or to fall asleep easily if you are having difficulty breathing, or Read More
How to Protect Yourself this Allergy Season
While pollen from trees is the most common culprit in allergies during spring, ragweed pollen is the most notorious allergy trigger during the fall, plaguing up to 65 million Americans, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) If you’re on this page because you’re a Read More
Risk Factors for Allergic Rhinitis
If you get a stuffy or runny nose and your eyes are watery and itchy every so often, and it’s not really a cold – because you’re not getting the typical body aches, fatigue, cough, and sore throat – then your symptoms may be due to your body’s allergic response. This is called allergic Read More
What Causes Allergic Rhinitis?
Are your eyes and ears itchy? Is your nose stuffed and runny? Are you repeatedly sneezing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have allergic rhinitis. Allergic rhinitis is also known as seasonal allergies or hay fever. It is different than allergies from other things, such as pet Read More
What Are the 4 Most Common Types of Allergic Reactions?
Whenever we say allergy, some tend to think that it’s connected to food. The first thing that comes to mind is its ability to close your throat airways or cause rashes throughout the body. However, this is not the only type of allergy you can experience. You might be surprised to know that allergies Read More