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When people think of summer, their minds instantly flee to trips to the beach and other vacations. We think of allergies. Although spring is named the allergy season, summer poses a threat as children ditch the indoors and spend their time in the sun leaving them vulnerable to insect stings and grass pollen. While outdoor… Continue Reading Allergy-friendly Summer Treats
Summer is finally here, and with it comes a new wave of seasonal allergies. Grass pollen, insect stings, and mold are the most common allergy-causing culprits this season. While most people believe that spring is the worst allergy season, symptoms can be just as bad in the summertime. While you can’t fully avoid these allergens,… Continue Reading Preparing for Summer Allergies
Although spring is almost over, the 2018 allergy season is still in full swing. Summer brings in grass pollen and dust mites, as well as insect stings. Allergic reactions can happen anywhere at any time, and it’s important to be prepared. The allergists at NY Allergy & Sinus Centers have provided a list of essential… Continue Reading Essential Allergy Products for On-The-Go
Does honey really help combat seasonal allergies? Can you get a short-haired dog that won’t cause allergy symptoms? If you suffer from allergies, it’s important to know the facts about their triggers and treatment. The allergists at NY Allergy & Sinus Centers are here to answer all of your questions and debunk these popular allergy… Continue Reading Debunking 5 Allergy Myths
Warmer temperatures bring seasonal allergies, and it seems like everyone is suffering this year…except our grandparents. Have you ever spent time outside with your grandparents and wondered why they aren’t sneezing? Older generations didn’t experience seasonal allergies like Millennials, and there are many reasons why. They Spent a Lot of Time Outside Our grandparents didn’t… Continue Reading Why Our Grandparents Didn’t Have Seasonal Allergies
Move over EpiPen, there’s another epinephrine injection in town. Auvi-Q is an alternative to EpiPen used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions. After a recent recall of Auvi-Q, it is back on the market and growing in popularity. With a shortage of EpiPens in parts of the U.S., it comes at the perfect time. After a careful… Continue Reading Auvi-Q vs EpiPen
Memorial Day is approaching, and most Americans have their mouths fixed for hot dogs and hamburgers. For those with food allergies and sensitivities, however, Memorial Day can pose a threat. While many are planning cookouts, food allergy sufferers are planning how to navigate through the weekend without having an allergic reaction. With 15 million Americans… Continue Reading Food Allergy Survival Guide for Memorial Day
Millions of people share their home with a pet; but with allergies on the rise, many are saying goodbye to their furry friends. Our allergists understand the difficulties faced when forced to choose between your pet and allergies. So we’ve compiled a list of tips on how to live with your pets when you suffer… Continue Reading How to Manage Allergies as a Pet Lover
Aren’t All Antihistamines the Same? The simple answer is no; antihistamines come in a variety of forms and target different symptoms. Forms of medication include oral products, nasal sprays, and eye drops. Depending on the symptom being treated, the best choice of antihistamine will vary. While the best option for treating your allergies is to… Continue Reading Determining the Best Antihistamine for Your Allergy Symptoms
What is Oral Allergy Syndrome (O.A.S.) or Food Pollen Syndrome? Food Pollen Syndrome is a localized allergic reaction in the mouth following the consumption of food. Have you ever experienced swelling of the lips or a scratchy throat after eating certain fruits, vegetables, or nuts? This may be an indication of O.A.S., also known as… Continue Reading What is Oral Allergy Syndrome?