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Can You be Allergic to Fragrances?

Allergies to perfumes, colognes, and the fragrances used in everything from room deodorizers to fabric softeners to soaps are widespread. Studies have shown that about 30% of the United States population has sensitives to various fragrances and perfumes.    So, what do you do if this is a problem for […]

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Allergy Myths and One Fact

Five Allergy Myths and One Fact

Myth: Dry Climates are the Best for Allergies Pollens and fungus or molds are found everywhere.  You can move away from one set of allergens, but unfortunately you will probably develop new sensitivities wherever you end up.   Myth: Beaches are the Best for Allergies Since ragweed pollen can be […]

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Why Choose St Louis Allergy Relief Center?

Are your seasonal allergies consistently getting worse each year? Do you suffer from various allergy-like symptoms or non-common allergies? Do you dislike getting shots or having to rely on medication for health treatments?    Well, if you said yes to any of the above questions, then St Louis Allergy Relief […]

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Are Changes in Weather Affecting Your Allergy Symptoms?

When most people think of common allergy symptoms like nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and headaches, they think these are all allergic reactions to something. However, sometimes these symptoms are not caused by allergies, but are a sensitivity reaction – specifically to the weather. Changes in the weather, such as […]

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Happy Holidays 2021

There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. ~ Albert Einstein In our clinic, we have been blessed to see your miracles every day. Thank you for allowing us to walk a few […]

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How to Manage Pet Allergies in Your Household

October is in full swing, and the weather will be starting to turn a bit chilly as we get into November and December. As a result, people will be huddling inside once again for the winter. This also means people will be spending a lot more time with their pets […]

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How to Enjoy Fall Without Triggering Fall Allergies

The air is getting crisp, and the leaves are changing, which means Autumn is approaching and fall allergy season is about to rear its head. Fall allergens are more hidden than the obvious springtime tree pollen that coats our cars outside.  Although fall allergy triggers may be different than those […]

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