Tag: allergy season

It’s that time again. Spring is upon us, and with it comes pet shedding, pollen and the start of air quality action days. The allergy season brings with it stuffy noses, itchy and watery eyes, headaches and all the discomfort associated with it. Unfortunately, the allergy season is hitting earlier than usual this year and […]

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The holidays can be tricky for people with food allergies. Holiday sweets are everywhere, and most of them contain food allergens. You can still enjoy holiday desserts, even with food allergies, by using allergy-free ingredients in your favorite holiday recipes. Preparing allergy-free holiday desserts is as easy as substituting food allergens with “safe” ingredients.

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Managing allergy symptoms can be challenging during the holiday season, especially if being near a Christmas tree makes you sneeze. It does not help that Christmas trees are everywhere during the holidays. Fortunately, you can still enjoy the beauty of a Christmas and manage your allergy symptoms.

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  According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 40 million people in the U.S. have indoor or outdoor allergies. Warmer climates have caused ragweed to come out earlier than usual, kicking the allergy season off to an early start, as well, according to Dr. Bela Faltay, Chief of Allergy and Immunology at Akron […]

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  Higher than usual amounts of rainfall this summer in the Midwestern and Southeastern U.S. have caused a rapid growth of ragweed in these parts of the country. This year’s allergy season is anticipated to be worse and last longer as a result. Experts say that the combination of rain and sunny, warmer temperatures are […]

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