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Making Sense of Allergies Treatment Options

Making Sense of Allergy Treatment Options


What is an Allergist?

It sometimes can be difficult to determine whether you have a cold or an allergy because many of the symptoms are so similar. However, with a cold, your symptoms and discomfort will usually go away...


Allergy and Asthma Sufferers - Stay Ahead of Flu Season

Along with the cooler weather comes the flu season. If you suffer from allergies and/or asthma, you could be at a higher risk for catching influenza. Having the flu is bad enough, but it can cause...


Fall Allergies to Watch For

Fall Allergies to Watch For


Is it a Cold or Do I Have Allergies?

Is It Allergies or Do I Have a Cold?Symptoms from colds or allergies are often so much alike that it might be difficult for you to determine which one you are suffering from. While a cold is caused...


Allergy Self Help: Take Control of Your Allergies

What can you do to take control of your allergies, instead of letting them control you?


Getting the Answer to "Do I have Allergies?"

You can't seem to stop sneezing. Your nose is runny. Your eyes are watering. You may be thinking, "Do I have allergies?"


Three Steps to Relieve & Fix Allergies


What Causes Asthma?

What Causes Asthma?Asthma patients know all to well the suffering from being short of breath, having a tight chest and cough, and the wheezing noises. Why do these problems come and go? Can’t they...Read more

Allergies In Asthma: Where’s the Relief?

Allergies In Asthma: Where’s the Relief?It doesn’t seem fair — not only do you have asthma but you also suffer from allergy symptoms like itchy eyes and nose, plus that itchy rash in the creases of...Read more

What Causes Nose And Eye Allergies And How To Treat Them

What Causes Nose and Eye Allergies and How To Treat Them   When you are exposed to something that you are allergic to, you may sneeze, have a runny and itchy nose, get congested, and your eyes...Read more

What is a Board Certified Allergist?

You’re sick of your allergies! All the staying inside. You're take all the medications you can find and your primary provider prescribes. Yet still the itchy, runny, plugged up, sneezy and...Read more

Dust Mite Allergies: What You Need to Know

Dust Mite Allergies: What You Need to Know   If you are allergic to dust mites, it can be very difficult to avoid exposure, no matter how clean your house may be. In fact, your symptoms may...Read more