Dr. Max’s COVID Vax FAQs: Can People With Allergies Get The COVID Vaccine? What About Diabetes?CBS2 viewers asked if people with allergies should stay away from the vaccine and if it was safe for those with diabetes to get it.
Doctors: Allergy Season Could Last Longer Than Usual, Overlapping COVID-19, Colds, And FluThis allergy season may last right into the winter, overlapping with COVID-19, colds and flus.
Researchers Trace Food Allergies Back To Skin Conditions Like Eczema, Find Babies Born In Fall At Higher RiskWhat starts as eczema can set off a chain of events that may progress to food and pollen allergies, even asthma.
Coronavirus Or Allergies? Doctor Explains Difference Between SymptomsThat late summer feel is in the air, and so are the early fall allergy symptoms. Not to mention anxiety over whether what you're feeling is allergies at all.
Max Minute: Too Much Indoor Cleaning Could Aggravate AllergiesThere's nothing like a good house cleaning to keep dirt and germs at bay, but all that cleaning can kick up dust clouds that may aggravate indoor allergies.
Max Minute: Allergies Or Coronavirus?CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez examines the differences between symptoms commonly experienced during allergy season to those of coronavirus.Max Minute: Allergies Or Coronavirus?
Coronavirus Update: How To Figure Out If You Have A Cold, The Flu, Allergies Or COVID-19An early allergy season is prompting possible confusion. Stuffy and runny nose, itchy and watery eyes, a cough: The distinction is important not only for peace of mind but for those around someone with symptoms.
Flu Or Allergies? Here's What To Know About Your Symptoms As Flu Deaths Rise To 2,900Feeling feverish, achy? Got a cough? Or maybe your eyes are itchy and you're sneezing. Maybe it's just a cold but, could it be the flu or allergies? The difference could be serious if it is the flu.
Scientists Create Vaccine Aimed At Ending Cat AllergiesA team of scientists in Switzerland are working on a vaccine targeting a major feline allergen, called Fel d 1.
New Study Finds Link Between Acid-Blocking Drugs, AllergiesThe drugs are very good at stopping stomach acid, but when you fiddle with the body, you often get some unexpected side effects.
'Elijah's Law' Aims To Protect Children With Severe AllergiesThe bill is named after 3-year-old Elijah Silvera, who died in 2017 from an allergic reaction at a preschool in Harlem.
5 Tips To Help City Dwellers Combat Summer AllergiesCBSN New York's Vanessa Murdock spoke to eco-designer and author Robin Wilson to get some tips to help you stifle the seasonal suffering.
Allergy Season Running Late, But Here's How To Beat The Symptoms When It ComesAllergy season is running late this year, but patients who suffer the annual runny nose and itching eyes know it’s just a matter of time.
What You Need To Know To Survive The Spring Allergy SeasonSneezing, itchy eyes, runny noses, it's enough to make you feel pretty miserable this time of year.
Health Watch: Fewer People Allergic To Penicillin Than Claim To BeThey're part of the 10 percent of the population who list themselves as allergic to penicillin however, only about one percent are actually allergic.