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Tis NOT The Season – Allergic To The Holidays

Tis NOT The Season – Allergic To The Holidays

Are you sneezing through the season? If you are wheezing your Christmas carols and looking like Rudolph with your ‘nose so bright’ you might just be allergic to some holiday tradition. Most families celebrate with decor, that’s been stored in a closet or attic – […]

Thanksgiving Allergy Survival Guide

Thanksgiving Allergy Survival Guide

This holiday, you are probably entertaining in your home, or visiting family and friends to celebrate one another with a grand meal! This is most certainly an American tradition – but as more and more folks learn more about food intolerance and allergies – the […]

Winter Allergies Vs. Traditional Colds

Winter Allergies Vs. Traditional Colds

In the cooler months, there are allergy triggers that will cause symptoms that mimic a common cold. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if it’s allergy, or a cold virus. However, once you know – it’s easier to formulate a long-term action plan to manage your […]

Common Myths about Asthma

Common Myths about Asthma

Is it asthma? Is it not? Sometimes it’s hard to tell and asthma effects each individual in a unique way. Is it related to athletic activities, exercise or exertion – or is it allergic? It’s important to receive a professional diagnosis and treatment plan, as […]

Allergy Testing – What To Know

Allergy Testing – What To Know

Allergies end up being the cause of a multitude of ailments, from rashes to sneezing – and headaches and other unwelcome symptoms.  One way to get to the bottom of it, and develop a treatment plan that will free your soul from it’s wrath – […]

Back To School – With Allergies and Asthma

Back To School – With Allergies and Asthma

If your child has allergies or asthma, you are likely already in the routine of standard checkups, action plans and rescue medications. As our kids go back to school this Fall – whether it be a sweet kindergartner hitting the halls of academia for the […]

Summer Travels for those with Asthma

Summer Travels for those with Asthma

School’s OUT and it’s time to hit the road! But if you suffer from asthma, or if your children do – be sure you’re prepared for summer travel with these three tips! First, make sure you have all your medications and tools or supplies ready. […]

Are You Allergic To Dallas?

Are You Allergic To Dallas?

Chances are, you are a Dallas native and you’re used to Spring pollen and crazy weather. Similar to the weather, allergies flaring up this time of the year is very predictable. Storms are not just brewing in the air, allergies fire up too. Part of […]

Allergies Arriving Early This Spring

Allergies Arriving Early This Spring

Despite some cold days, and windy, chilly nights this winter – and even though Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow to indicate 6 more weeks of winter just a few short weeks ago, Spring is arriving around 22 days early according to the National Phenology Network. […]

NOT LOVING IT: Allergies Surrounding Valentine’s Day

NOT LOVING IT: Allergies Surrounding Valentine’s Day

A recent article on DFW’s NBC 5 titled “Are you allergic to Valentine’s Day” made so much sense – and the answer of course – is YES! There are a lot of allergens surrounding the holiday of love. Let’s touch on the highlights: Flowers: florals […]