United Allergy Blog

Aug 29

Fall allergy season arrives, approaching early September peak

Ragweed season is upon us, pollen counts show, and is expected to peak over the next couple of weeks.

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Aug 29

Monsoon partially to blame for late-summer allergy season

When we think of allergies, we think of flowers blooming and the wind churning in the spring. But many of us, myself included, are wondering: Why have our eyes been watering in late summer?

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Aug 28

Kenneth Burdick Named Executive Vice Chairman of United Allergy Services Board of Directors

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – August 28, 2013 – United Allergy Services(UAS)™, the leading healthcare services company empowering physicians and health systems to deliver safe and effective allergy testing.

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Aug 26

'Dangerous' Air, Heat Headed to North Side Tuesday

With mold levels at an all-season high and temperatures in the 90s, officials are reminding residents to keep cool.

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Aug 26

'Dangerous' Air, Heat Headed to North Side Tuesday

With mold levels at an all-season high and temperatures in the 90s, officials are reminding residents to keep cool.

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Aug 22

Coming soon: Cruise cabins for allergy sufferers

Crystal Cruises has announced plans for what it's billing as the first hypoallergenic rooms at sea.

The two-ship luxury line says it will convert 70 cabins on the 1,070-passenger Crystal Serenity.

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Aug 22

Mold Allergy

Mold is an organism that is present is most places, outdoors and indoors. It is a type of fungus that works to break down dead material and return nutrients to the environment. Mold grows by.

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Aug 22

Fall Allergies Starting in Summer

Allergy sufferers can usually make it through July without many problems, but the lack of rain is changing their situation.

Allergists are already starting treating plenty of patients for their fall.

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Aug 22

8 steps to an allergy-proof home

With hay fever season just around the corner, many allergy sufferers are going to be looking for relief. If you’d like to avoid the itchy eyes and runny noses, here are eight tips to keep allergens.

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Aug 21

Heavy Traffic Pollution, Wood Fire Smoke May Worsen Asthma Symptoms

A word of caution to asthma-sufferers: Living by busy streets could make your symptoms worse, according to a new study.

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Aug 20

Rain not helping allergy sufferers

You may already be feeling the effects of the wet weather on your allergies but experts say allergy season is weeks away.

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Aug 07

Obese Kids More Likely to Have Asthma, With Worse Symptoms

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 7 (HealthDay News) -- Overweight and obese kids are more likely to struggle with asthma than kids of normal weight, according to a new review of more than 623,000 children.

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