Are You Prepared for Ragweed Season?

Summer is ending, fall is upon us, and we all know what that means! No, we’re not talking about crisp air and pumpkin spice, we’re referring to fall allergies. You made it through spring, maybe even got a little respite in summer, but weed pollen is in the air and fall allergies are right around

Milk Free Ice Cream Treats for The Summer

Summer is here! After a hot day in the sun, there’s nothing more refreshing than a delicious frozen treat to cool you down and tickle your taste buds. If you’ve got kids, your summertime nostalgia has probably kicked in, and you are thinking back to your own childhood, when frozen desserts like ice cream and

How to Prepare Thanksgiving Dinner for Those Suffering from Food Allergies

For many people, Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends, give thanks, and enjoy a delicious meal. But if you or someone in your family has food allergies, the holiday can be fraught with anxiety. Will there be safe foods to eat? How will I keep my loved one safe? At Allergy & Asthma

Are My Food Allergies Still a Serious Concern?

Understanding Food Allergies–What Are They? Food allergies affect millions of people all over the world. These are not simple day-to-day fears, like fearing that you might eat some bad food and get sick. A food allergy causes your body to react in a very negative way when it encounters the particular food that is causing the

How to Avoid Allergy & Asthma Triggers at Outdoor BBQs

Summer Triggers: Pollen, Smoke, Mold, Bugs, and Fragrance Most people spend more time outside in the summer than in any other season. Outdoor cookouts, picnics, and pool parties are fun to get together with family and friends while enjoying the beautiful weather. However, if you have allergies or asthma, you could spend more time sneezing,

How to Plan a Menu for an Allergy-Free Spring Party

Tips for throwing an allergy-free spring party. Did you know that about 32 million Americans suffer from food allergies? That number includes about seven million children, most of whom are allergic to more than one kind of food. So if you’re planning a party for adults or kids, it’s a good idea to try avoiding

How to Treat a Bee Sting and Identify an Allergic Reaction

Allergy & Asthma Specialists explains what to do in case of a bee sting, how to treat it, and what to watch for in terms of allergic reactions to bee stings. Spring and summer are wonderful seasons for getting outside and enjoying nature. It’s important to remember, though, that humans aren’t the only species out

Six Tips for Preparing Your Sinuses for Spring

Spring is upon us! There are many things to appreciate about this season but if you suffer from seasonal allergies, you may only be looking forward to some things being in bloom. So instead of dreading the season this year, be proactive about preparing your sinuses for what’s about to happen. If you suffer from

Spring Has Sprung, Don’t Let Your Allergies Spring Up

15 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Health

Allergy and Asthma Resolutions for the New Year Have you set any New Year’s resolutions yet? Most people want to be healthier, but this is easier said than done, especially if asthma or allergies get in your way. It’s not enough to say, “I will be healthier in 2022”—your goals must be measurable and actionable