Tuesday Feb 18
Intranasal Steroids: A New OTC Pharmacologic Option for Controlling Allergic Rhinitis Symptoms
The symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis can substantially impact the quality of life for the 10% to 30% of adults and up to 40% of children in the United States who have the condition.1 Intranasal steroids are an effective, well-tolerated treatment for AR.
The Straits Times
Got the sniffles? Blame the dust mites at home
Invisible to the naked eye, it feeds on flakes of human skin and is found in pillows, mattresses and carpets.
Allergy Treatment Begins At Home
If you are going to keep a pet that is a source of allergies, there are measures that you can take to optimize your home environment.
The Cincinnati Enquirer
UC finds new link to migraines
People with migraine who also battle hay fever and other allergies endure a more severe form of headaches than their peers who only have migraines, a new study done at the University of Cincinnati, two other medical centers and a private research company shows.