Autumn Ailments: Tips on Living with Ragweed & Dander

So, you lived through spring and summer allergens, and if pollen Is your problem, you may get a break when the weather gets cooler. However, the arrival of fall doesn’t mean the end of allergens. Indoor allergies may actually get worse as you start spending more time inside, and ragweed can cause problems through fall.

That’s Nuts! Surprising Places Nuts Are Hiding In Your Home

If you or someone in your family is allergic to nuts, you’re no doubt very careful with dietary options. Still, sometimes nuts lurk where you don’t expect them. Could nuts be hiding in your home without your knowledge? More importantly, do you know where to look for them? Peanut allergies are among the most common

Pretty but Painful: Flowers to Avoid

They’re beautiful, fragrant, and a symbol of love and devotion. Unfortunately, for many people, flowers are a trigger for allergic reactions. Is there a solution? Yes! You can still enjoy flowers, and give flowers to your allergic loved ones, as long as you know which flowers to avoid. The flowers to avoid if you have allergies are

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Asthma Treatments: Which is Best for You? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Having a plan in place will allow you to live confidently, knowing your asthma is under control. When you call an experienced asthma doctor, you can be confident that your doctor will find the solutions you need to manage your asthma. At Allergy & Asthma Specialists, both fast acting and long-term treatments are available while

The Different Symptoms of COVID-19, the Flu, a Cold, Allergies and Asthma

Learn the difference between these respiratory conditions. COVID-19 is still spreading, which makes every cough and sniffle suspect. It’s important to remember that even with the new coronavirus spreading COVID-19, it’s still cold and flu season and other respiratory ailments are still in play. So how can you tell if you have a cold, the