Allergies and Thanksgiving

Allergies and Thanksgiving

It is that time of the year again when families and friends gather together for the highly anticipated Thanksgiving Day holiday.  Most people do not think about how Thanksgiving may affect one’s allergies, however, the holiday is full of potential triggers for many...
The Worst Pollen Season Ever?

The Worst Pollen Season Ever?

It’s deja vu all over again as you turn on the evening news and hear, “It’s the worst pollen season ever!” You think, “Haven’t I heard this before?” But what you really want to know is how the pollen season will affect your allergy symptoms, and what you can do to...
Polyester Allergy

Polyester Allergy

Our friends at MedicalNewsToday wrote a helpful article about managing your polyester allergies. Find the original article here: Manage Polyester Allergies Polyester is a synthetic fiber present in a lot of clothing and other fabrics. If you have an allergic reaction...
Battling Winter Allergies

Battling Winter Allergies

It’s February in Chicago – we’re buried under snow, the wind never stops, and now with the COIVID-19 pandemic we are spending even more time indoors out of the cold weather. Unfortunately, just because spring time and traditional allergy season seem...
What Are “Christmas Tree Allergies”?

What Are “Christmas Tree Allergies”?

Usually the holiday season means spending time with loved ones, lots of food and festive gatherings. For many people however it can have a whole other association – allergies. While December can bring about the common cold and flu – which means sneezing,...
Avoiding Hidden Thanksgiving Allergens

Avoiding Hidden Thanksgiving Allergens

Thanksgiving – our favorite holiday centered around family and food. For the millions of Americans living with asthma and food allergies, it is just another complicated day of navigating an assortment of potential health triggers. Whether it’s the diary in the...