Springtime is marked by blooming flowers and hours of sunshine which, unfortunately for some, means runny noses and watery eyes. Seasonal allergies occur from pollen in the air, which is in full force this time of year. Allergic reactions result when your body has an exaggerated response to a substance and attacks it as though … Continue reading Are allergy seasons getting worse year after year?
They’re cute and oh-so-cuddly, but your sneezes, watering eyes and headache are anything but adorable. Pet allergies, including those to cats and dogs, are among the most common allergies. While an animal can be a wonderful addition to any home, talking with your allergist before introducing a new pet is an important step to integrating … Continue reading 4 things you need to know about pets and your allergies
Colorful flowers popping up from the ground and green buds dotting tree branches signal the start of spring. Along with those pretty harbingers are itchy, watery eyes; a runny nose; and plenty of sneezing for those who are plagued with seasonal allergies. Pollen is most prevalent in Spring, quickly followed by grasses and weeds in … Continue reading These 5 Spring allergy stats may make you sneeze
The Truth Behind “Hypoallergenic Pets” Are your kids constantly begging you to get a pet? For some, a dog can be man’s best friend. They can provide companionship, teach responsibility or bond the family together. But if you experience allergies, bringing any type of pet into the family could be your worst nightmare. Constant sneezing, … Continue reading Achoo! What are pet lovers supposed to do?
Spring can be a busy time of year at the allergist’s office as many patients begin experiencing the first symptoms of seasonal allergies, also known as “hay fever.” Symptoms include sneezing, a stuffy or runny nose, and itchy, watery eyes. To help make the most of your spring and enjoy this time of year, follow … Continue reading Enjoy Spring, despite allergies
After a sneeze you may hear the excuse, “Oh, it’s just allergies!” but bystanders wonder if it’s really true. During this season, airborne allergies are widespread but so is the common cold. Is it a Cold or Allergies? How do you know what is a sign of allergies or what is just a common cold? … Continue reading “Oh, it’s just allergies!”
The innovations around sinus surgery have garnered much attention recently. But what’s been lost is the information regarding care taken after the surgeries. Without proper care following a sinus surgery, the risk of scar formation and recurrent diseases increases. NASAL IRRIGATION Perhaps, first and foremost, the importance of nasal saline irrigation following surgery cannot be … Continue reading How to Care for Your Sinuses Post Surgery
Allergy symptoms are common problems for more than 20 percent of the United States population. Allergies also account for nearly 40 percent of all physician visits annually, and patients with allergies can be treated by physicians in a wide array of specialities. The most common specialties offering allergy treatments are family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, … Continue reading 2 Steps for Allergy Management
Ah , summer: A time for hiking, biking, picnicking and, for the many people living with asthma, concern. But an asthma diagnosis doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the great outdoors. Stay active and safe by following these tips from Mark Millard, M.D., a pulmonologist on the medical staff at Baylor University Medical … Continue reading Dealing with Asthma: Breathe Easy
When I woke up this morning, sneezing. I didn’t need to look at the calendar to know my allergies had returned. The nose knows! Dr. Bobby Lanier, an allergist on the medical staff at Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth breaks down all the why’s and how’s of allergies. What are allergies? Allergy … Continue reading Allergies: A Genetic Superiority From Our Ancestors