Could Allergies Be Causing You Ongoing Respiratory Discomfort?

Allergies affect millions of people worldwide. Seasonal allergies and hay fever are common, especially in months with large amounts of pollen, like spring in the northern hemisphere. But did you know that allergies can be perennial and cause respiratory problems year-round - and that even adults can experience new allergies for the first time, as they get older?

The Truth Behind Hay Fever, The Misleading Springtime Ailment

When spring rolls around, so do allergies. Most people know that all-too-familiar feeling of allergy season when they wake up with itchy eyes, a runny nose, a scratchy throat and congestion. It’s a miserable welcome to the season of rebirth and can put a big damper on your ability to enjoy the world’s post-winter thaw.

What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus

It’s tough to ignore the news filled with updates about the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. Many people’s reactions are fearful, and you’ve probably heard stories about people rushing to stock up on food, hand sanitizer and other household goods as the number of infected people climb.

Flu Shots Explained Before Flu Season Hits

Flu season is fast-approaching. The fall and winter are when the flu is most prevalent, and millions of people fall ill to it every single year.

Is Your Cough from a Cold, or Is It Something More Serious?

It’s still cold and flu season, and many of us are finding ourselves feeling under the weather with the sniffles, headaches and a persistent cough that just won’t seem to go away. While you may think your cough is just another symptom of the common cold and nothing more, after it sticks around for a few days, you might be wondering if it’s actually caused by something more serious.

Is Your Cough from a Cold, or Is It Something More Serious?

It’s still cold and flu season, and many of us are finding ourselves feeling under the weather with the sniffles, headaches and a persistent cough that just won’t seem to go away. While you may think your cough is just another symptom of the common cold and nothing more, after it sticks around for a few days, you might be wondering if it’s actually caused by something more serious.