allergies Tag

Houston allergists at McGovern Allergy & Asthma Clinic have provided high-quality allergy and asthma care since 1956. Board-certified in adult and pediatric Allergy, Immunology, Rheumatology, and Internal Medicine, Dr. Serge De Golovine has been with the clinic since February of 2013. Learn more about Dr....

A virtual doctor appointment is an alternative offered to in-office appointments when you are feeling sick or if you prefer to see your doctor from the comforts of your home. You might be wondering about the differences between a virtual appointment versus visiting a clinic...

Pollen in Houston During allergy season, high numbers of pollen counts are huge contributors to our itchy eyes, runny nose, and constant sneezing. Most likely your car and outdoor furniture will be covered in a yellow dust during this time of year. These pollen spores are...

Your child’s health can be unpredictable at times. Especially pertaining to kids with allergies. Even when they’re just playing outside, children are susceptible to health risks. For example, you might not know if your child has allergies from outdoor elements, so a simple day at...

Having an allergy attack mid-flight can be one of the scariest experiences a person can endure. Since there are limited supply and medical aid on an aircraft, most airlines have taken the necessary precautions to ensure that their passengers are taken care of while on...

Have you ever eaten something that you had a bad reaction to? Well, having a physical response to a specific type of food could either mean that you have a food allergy or food intolerance. Most people often confuse the two because similar symptoms occur. Although...

Traveling is stressful enough without worrying about your allergies. Some travelers are lucky to have the option of staying with relatives, but not everyone has that choice or would actually prefer to have their own space at a hotel. For allergy victims, you do not always...

When getting ready for summer, many look forward to cute outfits, going to the beach, and spending some much needed time outside. However, nothing ruins a summer look more than the effects of seasonal summer allergies. Besides a runny nose and puffy red eyes, summer...

Hurricane season is upon us and with it comes an increase in outdoor allergens that can be found in the air. Allergy and Asthma triggers can result from these factors as well as additional wind, rain, and plant growth. The season officially started on June...