Ragweed

It’s hard to believe, but it’s September! School has started and those with allergies are also experiencing symptoms of fall allergies –itchy, watery eyes, nasal congestion and sinus pressure. For some, symptoms also include an inability to concentrate, feeling tired...

Indoor Air Quality and Carpets

Did you know that you could control your allergies in the home if you control your Indoor Air Quality? You might be surprised to know that the biggest culprit is your carpet. Switching to solid flooring and using washable area rugs is the best way to control severe...

A Closer Look at Coconut Allergies

As we discussed in a blog post earlier this month, The Food and Drug Administration recognizes coconuts as tree nuts, however, it is classified as a fruit and not as a botanical nut. Most people who are allergic to tree nuts can still eat coconuts, though there is a...

All About Pollen

Seasonal allergies—a nuisance that seems to start as soon as the trees have leaves. Outside pollens change and allergy and asthma symptoms start, but did you ever notice that allergies are better on some days and worse on others. Outdoor pollens are flying everywhere...