Are You Currently Suffering From Fall Allergies?

Do you have Fall Allergies and are currently experiencing symptoms? Fall allergies can start as early as late summer with the highest contributor being ragweed. According to Everydayhealth.com, ragweed can grow abundantly throughout the Midwest, and its lightweight...

Some Common and Not So Common Allergies

Common allergies include food, pollen, insects, latex and animal allergies. Some very rare and interesting allergies are being discovered everyday. Among those are allergies towards water, cell phones, shoes, money, deodorant, and even sunlight. Find out more about...

Home Humidity Levels Can Trigger Allergy Symptoms

Indoor humidity levels are an important factor in keeping allergy symptoms at bay. If the indoor humidity is above 50%, it can encourage dust mites, cockroaches and even mold growth. These potent allergy triggers can be greatly reduced if humidity is kept below 50%. A...

Do Winter Allergies Exist?

Those that have pollen allergies other times of the year, may get a break in the cold weather. Other people who suffer from indoor allergies, may find winter quite frustrating. Kicking on the heater can blow allergens into the air such as dust, mold spores and insect...

The teal pumpkin project helps keep kids safe this Halloween!

Eggs, soy, nuts and wheat are common allergies in children, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Finding treats without reactions can be challenging for these families. Teal pumpkins may be popping up all over America this Halloween....

Autumn is here

Autumn decorations, falling leaves, pumpkins, corn stalks, scarecrows and hay bales are all signs that the fall season is here. The cooler weather can make you feel more invigorated but there are some outdoor allergens that can make you feel lousy. As leaves fall and...