It's not your imagination: Allergy season has been getting longer and more intense. Here's why.
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Why allergy season gets worse every year
Rising temperatures are said to be to blame for worsening allergies.
How To Get A Head Start On The Spring Allergy Season
Posted on 03/26/2015 20:14 It’s the first week of spring, and after the freezing winter we had this year, many people are welcoming the warm, comforting temperatures of the new season. However, a rather unfriendly addition is also know to come in with this brightly colored season - allergies Allergies can make a patient’s springtime go from pleasant to horrible in a few short days. Fortunately, by taking a few basic steps now, you can prepare for and even lessen the effects of…
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How to Get Ready for Allergy Season
Every year, millions of people suffer from the symptoms of allergy season. At our air duct cleaning company, we have a few ways that can help you prepare.
Why allergy season is getting longer, more intense
Pollen is expected to pile up early this year. Higher temperatures, more rain and El Niño winds may contribute to a perfect storm for allergies. Experts believe climate change is making the season about three weeks longer and more intense. Dr. Neeta Ogden, allergist and spokesperson for the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss who could expect the worst allergies and how to prepare.
Tips to get you through allergy season
It is finally starting to feel like spring, but unfortunately for some allergies make the warmer temperatures a little less pleasant. Mild winters, like the one we just had, can lead to a particularly rough allergy season. So what can you do to alleviate your discomfort? FOX's Dan Daru has some tips.
5 Tips For Getting Kids Through Allergy Season
Allergy season in the Mid South can be especially tough on our littlest patients. To guide your child through allergy season, follow our tips!
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More than 40 million Americans have already begun wiping our watery eyes and blowing our sneezy noses because allergy season hit us a little earlier this year.
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How do deal with allergy season: What you need to know
Health Tips brought to you by U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group. Our experienced medical experts provide information here that we hope will broaden your healthcare knowledge. Today’s topic is a common problem that people seek medical attention for at an Urgent Care center: How to deal with allergy season. Please continue reading to learn more from Dr. Shiu-Yueh Baxter, a Dallas-area physician who has been practicing for 25 years. 1. How do I know what I’m allergic to? If you need to know what…
It's Not Your Imagination — Allergy Season Is Worse Than Ever, & Here's Why
Spring is here, and so are allergies — here's why you might be a little more sneezy this year.
Why fall pollen allergy season knows few bounds in California
By By Karen Ravn Oct 11, 2013 | 4:00 PM The great outdoors can turn miserable as invisible swirls of pollen launched by weeds attack those afflicted by allergies. (Jose F. Moreno / Associated Press) Fall is in the air and so, alas, are zillions of grains of weed pollen, sailing hither and yon, high and low, far and wide. These guarantee an abundance of new little weeds next year — and an abundance of sniffy, sneezy, wheezy people right now, namely those…
4 Your Health: How chiropractic care can help get you through allergy season
Many people rely on over the counter medication to get through allergy season, but Dr. Stephen Kenworthy of Orange Grove Chiropractic said getting your body in line can help, like it helped him.
It's allergy season: Learn what is making you sneeze and how to get your whole family diagnosed...
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