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.
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
Spring brings rain showers, colorful flowers and allergies. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America placed Dallas at No. 7 on its 2014 list of worst cities for spring allergy sufferers. Our unseasonably cold winter may
Spring is here, which means we’ll be mowing lawns, grilling out and enjoying more time outdoors in the beautiful weather. But the season also brings new risks for injury and illness — and emergency room