Fall allergies don’t get the same headlines as those in spring and summer, but this time of year can be especially bad for those who are allergic to mold and ragweed pollen. Check out a few lesser known triggers to be aware of this time of year.
Did you know that an estimated 45 million people in the U.S. wear contact lenses? And yes, a majority of them experience spring and/or fall allergies and eye irritation.
For many of us, spring allergies are more common than the common cold. Here are some questions you should ask a doctor this spring.
Spring allergies are a bummer. If you have a pollen allergy, you know how important it is to keep an eye on pollen counts all season long
Purifying the air in your home is the first step in reducing fall allergies for you and your family. Keep reading to see how fall allergies typically present themselves and to learn some of the best ways to optimize air purification and achieve a healthy home.
Keep the inside of your home a healthy, allergy-free zone this fall. It’s possible with just a few updates to your home and some small changes to your routine.
Well spring gets all the blame, fall can be a tough time for allergy sufferers, too! Learn what might be causing your late season sneezes and sniffles.