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Allergies

Cedar fever, or cedar pollen allergies, is a common reaction among those who have a reaction to the spores of the cedar tree. This allergen is most severe in December until about early spring, and its symptoms can resemble cold or flu-like symptoms. Cedar fever...

Contact dermatitis can be caused by cosmetics if you have a skin allergy to one of the ingredients. This is especially the case during the month of October as everyone puts on face paint and makeup for their Halloween costumes. It’s important when selecting face...

Ragweed pollen allergies affect many Texans during the fall season. Fall allergies can cause congestion, fatigue, and other symptoms affecting your well-being. Working with a local allergist in Houston and understanding the effects of ragweed pollen can help better prepare you for the fall season.   What...

Is it a virus or allergies? If you are feeling under the weather during this time, you may wonder whether you have contracted a virus or are experiencing allergy symptoms. While there are some overlapping symptoms for viruses and allergies, it’s important to know the...

Staying Healthy with Asthma: Caring for and treating asthma is important for those that live with the condition to live each day comfortably without flare-ups. It’s important to recognize the signs of an asthma flare-up, know about asthma triggers, and work with an asthma specialist...

Christmas tree allergies can pose a problem for those who enjoy having a real Christmas tree in their home. These allergies can be avoided by substituting a real tree for an artificial one or taking steps to reduce the potential for an allergy flare-up. Learn...