​Four ways to keep clean and breathe easy

May 12, 2017

Every year it’s the same story: the pollen comes out in full force and you spend the spring with a runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing. You take all your medicine and you practice good allergy avoidance techniques, but the symptoms don’t stop. As it turns out, the biggest source of pollen and other allergens may be you. Since this is asthma and allergy awareness month, this is a good time to discuss ways to prevent your own body from being the source of all your seasonal discomfort.

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​Even the elderly can get allergies

Apr 28, 2017

Allergies are very common in children and adults, and while they are less common in the older population, senior citizens can still have allergies. However, it’s important to know that allergies in the elderly have to be approached differently than in younger people, from diagnosis to treatment.

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​What should you do when your allergies overlap?

Mar 10, 2017

This February was unseasonably warm. You may have noticed the trees started blooming early, which means spring allergies started sooner than normal. But winter isn’t quite over, so this season’s allergies are still around. What should you do if you suffer from both?

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​Get ahead of spring allergies now

Feb 21, 2017

Valentine’s Day is a week behind us, and there is still a month to go until the official beginning of spring. You may think you have plenty of time before you have to start thinking about spring allergies, but actually, the best time to start dealing with them is now.

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​Watch out for winter allergies: mold and dust

Jan 25, 2017

When people think of seasonal allergies in the Carolinas they usually think of pollen in the spring. However, winter allergies, especially those cause by mold and dust, can also be a problem.

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