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.
Don’t avoid planting the prettier trees because you have allergies! They’re not the culprits.
Some of the best things in my garden I didn’t plant but I’m glad mother Nature has a green thumb!
Not only are there medications available by prescription that can help control allergy symptoms, there are also many effective over the counter remedies.
Our unusually warm, sunny weather has trees and shrubs blooming big time. Beauty brings misery to millions.
Blame tall trees for early Spring allergies.
Dr. Maria Lania, director of Allergy and Immunology at Cooper University Hospital, says allergy season is underway and there’s already a lot of sneezing and itchy eyes.
An article in the journal Nature on the origin of allergic responses challenges conventional views that allergy is due to our immune response going out of control.
To carry on the wind, some tree pollen is particularly dry and light, so it blows easily through open windows, onto your car, your clothes and up your nose — and may make you sneeze.
If you notice your dog or cat is itching and scratching more than usual, there could be one or more allergies present, contact your veterinarian for help and relief as soon as possible.
Mold and ragweed are causing problems for allergy sufferers in the Delaware Valley. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is On Your Side with the latest counts.
Don’t blame goldenrod for your allergies, it’s the ragweed.