Chicago, IL, Sept. 30, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- My allergies are making me crazy! According to researchers, that may actually be true. Dr. Brian Rotskoff of Clarity Allergy Center in Chicago.Read more
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When most people think of allergies, colorful flowers come to mind. However, the pollen of colorful flowers are typically too heavy to be carried by the air and thus are not allergy triggers. The.Read more
Ragweed pollen will be the key allergy causing source this season’s fall in the U.S. which would make more the season tougher for people with fall allergies.Read more
Children with a history of asthma and various allergies may be at higher risk of developing ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), according to a study published in the journal Annals of.Read more
"I have been sneezing a lot more lately when I am out running or exercising," said Regina Harrison.
As fall approaches, a lot of people suffer from allergies because of the change in weather, but.