Due to inclement weather the pollen report was not available for today’s date. This officially ends the 2017 pollen reporting season. Please check back starting in February, 2018.
During the winter, dry indoor air is often the cause of chapped lips, dry skin and irritates sinus passages. The moisture from a humidifier can soothe dry sinus passages. However, if you have [...]
Contrary to your mother’s beliefs, making your bed can make you sick. Making your bed creates a warm, moist environment for dust mites to grow and thrive. Leaving your bed unmade allows for [...]
If you are allergic to latex, Halloween can be tricky for treaters. Masks, costumes and makeups can contain latex. Often it is hard to identify items that are latex, or contain latex. Because [...]
You should see an allergist/immunologist if you: Have prolonged severe symptoms of rhinitis. Have nasal polyps. Have co-existing conditions such as asthma or recurrent sinusitis. Have symptoms [...]
Pet Allergens Contrary to popular opinion, there are no “hypoallergenic” breeds of dogs or cats. That is because people are not allergic to an animal’s hair, but to an allergen found in the [...]
A national initiative from Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE), raises awareness of food allergies and promotes a safer, happier Halloween by encouraging households to make non-food treats [...]