As beautiful as autumn can be, it can also be agonizing if you’re prone to seasonal allergies. And allergist talks about what causes fall allergies and how to handle them.
Wondering why your nose is clogged on one side? Here’s why one nostril can sometimes be more congested than the other.
Do you start coughing immediately after leaving an indoor pool? The reason why has to do with chlorine and other stuff in the water.
No one wants to see their kid struggling through every allergy season, but what to do? An allergist offers advice.
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Allergies don’t cause fevers, but they can make it more likely for you to get sick with contagious diseases that could cause fever. An allergist explains.
When you’re all stuffed up, a nasal spray can help. But if you’re using a decongestant spray, you need to know how to avoid “rebound congestion.”
A sore throat is one of the chief complaints for people with allergies. Learn how you can lower your exposure to allergens and find relief with home remedies and medications.
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