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For all of you who suffer from "The Winter Blues", welcome to Spring. Looking at the green grass, blooming flowers, and tiny leaves on the trees brings a smile to almost everyone after a long cold winter, but for some who suffer from Allergies this can be a time of misery. Comment?
Springtime has arrived and pollen is in the air. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, the New Jersey-New York area ranks #43 in the country in a list of "allergy capitals." Thanks to the effects of climate change , experts say the pollen count this season will be higher than ever before . Comment?
... as hay fever. With hay fever, the symptoms show up as a runny nose, nasal congestion, teary eyes and fatigue. These allergy symptoms are not a mere nuisance. Beside being a health threat in their own right, nasal allergies are often associated with ... Comment?
... to ease digestion and regulate the gut, relieve allergies, boost the immune system, ease migraine headaches, relieve allergy symptoms and lower blood pressure! Kudzu leaves can be served as fresh greens for your bunny, or dried for a tasty snack. ... Comment?
Some children do whatever they can to avoid eating fruits and vegetables. But if your child swears that those carrots at dinner are making their tongue tingle and they have hay fever, it may be time to call an allergist - however, it may not be a food allergy. Comment?
... of allergies. This year WNBA star, Lisa Leslie teamed up with Allegra in the Allegra Outdoor Challenge to let allergy suffers know there is relief available and fun to be had outdoors this season. Lisa has some tips that will give allergy suffers ... Comment?
... if you're having a heart attack. Although spring arrived late this year in parts of the United States, the summer allergy season will still be strong, according to a sinus expert at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Although spring arrived ... Comment?
... can help prevent sunburns. Additionally, if you suffer from seasonal allergies, vitamin E can reduce the severity of allergy symptoms. Comment?
... going to be a lot worse than the average season." Dr. John's says he's already seeing more patients complaining of allergy symptoms at his clinic. He says the best thing to do is treat allergies early to avoid bigger problems. "Sometimes those ... Comment?
Cat allergy reactions can range from mild symptoms such as sneezing and coughing to more severe allergic reactions such as asthma attacks. Comment?
... running and playing with the kids. But with the beauty of spring comes the nightmare of allergies. "As an life-long allergy sufferer, I've discovered how nasal washes and other simple habits can help alleviate airborne allergy symptoms so that you ... Comment?
There's a good chance many of you reading this right now are miserable, with allergy season in full swing, and there's no way to escape the pollen in Pittsburgh. Comment?
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has released its national list of spring Allergy Capitals for 2010. Comment?
... that pinpoint allergies in more severe cases. Pet parents should keep their homes clean to help their dog cope with allergy symptoms, Dr. Murray says. Clean frequently by using a vacuum equipped with a HEPA (high-efficiency particulate arresting) ... Comment?
If you have itchy eyes, an itchy throat, and post-nasal drip, you're not alone. Allergy season is hitting Central New Yorkers hard this year. Comment?
Kate O'Reilly's spring allergy survival kit includes the usual stuff - nasal sprays, allergy pills and a box of tissues. Comment?
The changing climate could prove to be very troublesome for allergy sufferers. Here are some of the possible effects: Attack of Potent Pollen In the past 53 years, carbon dioxide levels have risen globally, approximately 22 percent. Comment?
... cause the most problems; summer brings flowering grasses that induce sneezing; and in fall ragweed pollen afflicts allergy sufferers with itchy, watery eyes. But as temperatures more common for July start showing up in April and May in certain areas ... Comment?
... Seasonal allergies are still on the rise this year, according to new data compiled from Epocrates and athenahealth. Allergy Season 2013 has yet to reach a peak, whereas by this time last year, the number of patients across the country seeking ... Comment?
... ago when I rode my bike to work, I smelled all the tree blossoms in the spring air and figured I'd be suffering. My allergy symptoms didn't bother me too much that day, however. On Tuesday when I again rode my bike to work in the morning, I didn't ... Comment?