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Is it a Cold or Something More?

The stuffy-nosed, headachy, tired all the time feeling that many people experience every winter is often thought to be a cold. But is it really… Continue Reading

Asthma Breathe Easier With These More Natural Approaches

Fall is the peak time of year for asthma, and asthma in general is on the rise. There are several reasons for this, including pollution,… Continue Reading

Answers To Common Allergy Questions

What is an allergy? One of the marvels of the human body is that it can defend itself against harmful invaders such as viruses or… Continue Reading

Creating a Dust-Free Bedroom

If you are dust-sensitive, especially if you have allergies and/or asthma, you can reduce some of your symptoms by creating a “dust-free” bedroom. Dust may… Continue Reading

Don't Let Allergies and Asthma Add To Halloween Fright

While witches, ghosts and ghouls haunt us all on Halloween, children with food allergies, allergic rhinitis and asthma also need to beware of the triggers… Continue Reading

Spring Allergies

Northern Virginia residents are keeping their tissue boxes close by in preparation for the peak of the spring allergy season. The blooming flowers and budding… Continue Reading

Ragweed Allergies

The beginning of August marks the unofficial start of ragweed season. This means that for the country's more than 30 million seasonal allergy sufferers, more… Continue Reading

Look Forward To Spring Without Allergies

The arrival of spring is always welcome after the long, cold dreary months of winter. But along with the sunny days, budding trees and flowers… Continue Reading

How To Tell If You Suffer From Allergies

Q. What is Allergic Rhinitis? A. Allergic rhinitis is a medical term for an inflammation of the nasal airways that occurs when you breathe in… Continue Reading

Would You Know the Symptoms Of Life- Threatening Anaphylaxis?

Many of the approximately 1,500 deaths in the U.S. each year due to anaphylaxis, a sudden, serious allergic reaction, could be prevented if more people… Continue Reading

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