Many call the holidays the most wonderful time of the year, but for others the season is filled with things that trigger allergy attacks.
If you suffer from allergies, all the sniffling and sneezing may last longer than your used to, and it might not just be seasonal.
The trees are green, the flowers are blooming and your allergies are likely flaring up. Sadly, going inside may not be a relief.
Spring is here, the weather is warm and the air is freely blowing all those nasty allergens all over the place. Take a few steps to help protect yourself this allergy season.
The flowers and trees in Central Park seem to be bursting into spring.
Allergists say the spring allergy season is starting as much as three weeks early due to what they’re calling “Polar Pollen Syndrome.”
The study found that exposing your unborn child to nuts may prepare their immune system to handle nuts after they’re born.
This week, Dr. Sharma answered questions about vitamins, epi-pens, how to stop snoring and lowering your cholesterol.
A deadly type of allergic reaction is on the rise and more than a million Americans may be at risk.
If your summer plans include driving you could come across a new danger on the roads this year. Certain allergy medications might be affecting users behind the wheel.
Six months after Superstorm Sandy, an unwelcome development is set to make the months to come miserable for allergy sufferers.
Spring has sprung — and so has allergy season. Herbalist Sara Chana visited The Couch to show us how to get a handle on it with homeopathy.
There could be a one-two punch this allergy season. That’s because the normal springtime allergies could be coupled with mold hidden behind the walls of homes flooded by Sandy.
Spring begins a week from tomorrow, which means allergy season is fast approaching.
Superstorm Sandy may be more than a month behind us, but the danger still lingers in damaged homes.