Friday, November 21, 2014

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Spring and summer are prime times for seasonal allergies. Tree pollen and molds come out as the weather warms up. Symptoms include runny nose, sneezing, stuffy nose, itchy and watery eyes. You should start taking medication a few weeks before the allergy season starts to prepare your body.

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As the Ides of March approaches how will you prepare for the oncoming pollen season? What does pollen have to do with the Ides of March? The "Ides" of March is the 15th of March, believed to be the date when Julius Caesar was assassinated circa 44 B.C.March 15th  is typically the date allergists, in my region of this country, advise tree…

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Kathi MacNaughton, Health Pro, posted Outdoor Mold Allergy: Facts & Tips… Mold is one of the more common instigators of allergy symptoms. It can be…

11/09/14

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Kathi MacNaughton, Health Pro, posted 7 Tips for Managing Indoor Seasonal… In most areas of the United States, the temps are dropping and people are…

11/09/14

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James Thompson, MD, Health Pro, posted Seasonal Allergies: Managing Your… It’s no wonder that in many regions of the northern hemisphere,…

10/20/14

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James Thompson, MD, Health Pro, posted Tips on How to Get Through Ragweed… Ragweed season began in early August. Were you prepared for it? If not,…

08/20/14

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