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The Common Cold or Allergy Symptoms

Cold and allergy symptoms tend to be similar and so it can sometimes be difficult to determine what is causing the problem. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention claims that adults, on average, have two to three colds a year. Children will likely have more than two. There is...

A Healthy Diet to Help Deal with Allergy Symptoms

The best way to fight allergies is with the help of a local immunologist. With their skills, they can diagnose what causes allergies in a person and to treat that cause directly. It is a long process, going for allergy shots, but it is the best long-term option for dealing...

Prepare Now for Spring Time Allergies

Although winter is just arriving, it is essential to start thinking about protecting ourselves from springtime allergies. The spring of 2018 was terrible for those who suffer from seasonal allergies, and it is projected that things can potentially get worse for the upcoming 2019 season. Living in areas that are...

Allergy Testing and Nighttime Allergies in JenkinTown, PA

Suffering from allergies is never pleasant, but for many, it seems like nighttime allergies are the worst. When allergies disrupt sleep, it can ruin the whole next day. For many, it is difficult to both fall asleep and to remain sound asleep. It is difficult to sleep when you cannot...

Knowing What to Expect for an Allergy Appointment

Hearing about allergy shots can scare certain people. The thought of having skin pricked, weekly injections, and itching/swelling skin can turn someone away from immunotherapy. Knowing more about the process of getting shots can help to ease people’s mind and encourage them to go. There is some pain and discomfort...

Important Things to Know About Ragweed Pollen

The effects of ragweed pollen are real, and it affects roughly twenty-five million Americans, young and old, and male and female. Ragweed pollen is a very common allergen in the United States. It is relatively light pollen, which makes it easy to spread far and wide. It is carried by...

Weather Directly Affects Allergy Symptoms

Most people know about seasonal allergies, which come with different allergen triggers and symptoms. Some seasons have connections, but they are each distinct. Just as seasons affect allergies so does the weather. Do you notice that your eyes water more on windy days, or that your nose is stuffier while...

Learning about Fall Allergies

Many people look forward to the fall because of the pleasant weather and scenery. Hot summer days cool off, and the changing of tree leaves turn from green to breathtaking colors. Summertime allergy sufferers celebrate the changing seasons because they can finally have their symptoms alleviated. For many individuals, summertime...

Can Adults Develop Allergies Later in Life?

According to the Academy of American Allergies, Asthma, and Immunology roughly 15% of children (more than 6 billion) suffer from respiratory and skin allergies. Symptoms can range from mild to severe. Parents should take their children to an allergist to identify and treat symptoms. These children must learn at a...

Allergy Symptoms are Common in the United States

Allergic reactions happen when the body’s immune system adversely reacts to an allergen (foreign substances). Depending on the person, allergens can enter the body through touch or inhalation. Although each person’s body reacts differently, common allergy symptoms include: Coughing Sneezing Itchy eyes Runny nose Red eye Allergic reactions are not...