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Allergies

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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Food-Pollen Cross-Reactors

Food-Pollen Cross-Reactors

Food-Pollen Cross-Reactors. Did you notice that the Spring allergy season started early this year? Like in January! Once again the experts are predicting this year’s allergy season will be the worst one yet. We’ve heard that before. And they’re right again this year! A mild Winter brings on an early […]

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changes in weather allergies

How Changes in Weather Affect Allergy Symptoms

How Changes in Weather Affect Allergy Symptoms, Headaches, and Pain   Most people think they are having an allergic reaction when they experience allergy-like symptoms such as nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and in some cases, headaches. However, sometimes those symptoms are not an allergic reaction to something, but a […]

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ragweed allergies

What to Know About Ragweed Allergies

Ragweed is a soft-stemmed flowering plant that is common across the U.S.  Although ragweed is abundant everywhere, it flourishes in areas that get lots of sunshine. Between spring and early fall, ragweed plants produce pollen grains that are transported by the wind. Depending on the specific location, ragweed may start […]

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