As we are currently navigating fall allergy season, and we prepare for cold and flu season, in addition to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, chances are seasonal illness may be on your mind more than usual
North Texans are no strangers to allergies. But if you feel like this allergy season is one of the worst yet, you’re not just imagining it.
Just as the weather starts to get nice and we start spending more time outdoors, those pesky North Texas allergens seem to enjoy the warmer weather as well. That’s why we spoke with Dr. Samantha Cooper to get her advice on how to prepare for allergy season before it strikes.
It’s fall in North Texas. So as you step outside and take in a deep breath of that noticeably warmer air, you’re not surprised that it may be followed almost immediately by a sneeze. North
When allergy symptoms kick in, you want relief you can count on. But as you’re standing in the medicine aisle, you may be wondering if paying more for brand names is really worth it. After
If you’re taking the time to read this, chances are you or a family member suffers from seasonal allergies. And although our winter here in North Texas has been a mild one, spring is almost
North Texas and seasonal allergies are almost synonymous. If you’re from the area, chances are you’ve dealt with seasonal allergies for the majority of your life, which is why it can be so easy to
As many as 50 million people in the United States are affected by nasal allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. North Texas is almost notorious for being an allergy hot spot,
Whether it’s an old wives’ tale passed on from generation to generation or a viral rumor taking social media by storm, we’ve all fallen victim to common winter health myths at one point in time.
You like your life to be as natural and medication-free as possible. If you want relief from your allergy symptoms without a prescription this spring, try these home remedies. More than 50 million Americans suffer