The Minnesota Twins are at the halfway point of a 10-game effort to separate baseball and peanuts for fans with nut allergies.
Native to our area, poison ivy thrives in our yards, and birds spread it by eating its berries and depositing the seeds all around. But most people are allergic to it, which is why hiring the ‘I don’t want poison ivy’ guy might be the way to go.
If you are sniffling and sneezing more this winter season than last year, it is not your imagination.
If you don’t want goldenrod exactly where you find it, instead of removing it like a weed, just move it instead.
A study conducted by Columbia University researchers reveals neighborhoods where children have a high rate of asthma are twice as likely to have antibodies combating cockroach protein in their blood, meaning they were exposed to the bug and probably allergic.
Experts at the annual meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology are calling attention to some allergies that are happening more and more.
Don’t blame goldenrod for your allergies, it’s the ragweed.
by KYW’s Bob Bicknell If you’re on a special diet, it can be hard to find the foods you love or the foods you should be eating. Zeer.com can help.
A local allergist is trying to help patients get and stay healthy while avoiding the high cost of care.