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Health: What's Causing This Year's Bad Allergy Season?An explosion of pollen is making people miserable. This is an especially bad allergy season. Many people are going to emergency rooms, and the Philadelphia Health Department has issued an advisory. CBS 3 health reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on why it's so bad, and tells you the simple things you do can right now to breathe easier.
Study Finds Many Dark Chocolate Products Contain Milk Despite It Not Being Listed On Food LabelIf you suffer from a milk allergy, you may want to do some research before eating that piece of dark chocolate.
Health: Local Woman Says Her Life Fell Apart After Knee Replacement SurgeryGetting a joint implant that you’re allergic to, it could happen to you or someone you know.
NCIS Star Pauley Perrette Issues Hair Dye Health Warning After Severe Allergic ReactionNCIS actress Pauley Perrette is warning fans about the dangers of hair dye after suffering a severe allergic reaction to her trademark ink-black color.
Ragweed Is To Blame For Seasonal AllergiesRagweed is the plant that makes so many people sneeze this time of year but goldenrod, blooming at the same time gets the blame!
Losing Sleep Over AllergiesAllergies affect a person's ability to sleep. A new study suggests this may be far more important than we previously thought.
FDA Reviewing Merck’s Allergy Therapy Meant To Reduce Allergic Reactions Drugmaker Merck & Co. says the Food and Drug Administration is reviewing its second application to sell a new type of allergy treatment meant to gradually reduce allergic reactions over time, rather than just relieving sneezing, itching and other symptoms temporarily.
Spice AllergiesSpice allergy accounts for two percent of food allergies - and the problem goes beyond just foods.
GIANT Recalls Tyson Chicken 'Wyngz' GIANT Food Stores and MARTIN’S Food Markets have recalled two varieties of chicken wings in response to a recall made by Tyson Foods Inc.
Health: Allergy Season Hits Early In The Delaware ValleyTrees are blooming across the Delaware Valley, earlier than usual. And that means misery for many. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is On Your Side with why seasonal allergies are in bloom, before spring has even sprung.
Health Watch: Super PlantsEPA studies show that on average the air inside your home is two to five percent more polluted than the outside air. Certain house plants might be able to fix that.