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What to expect from an allergy test
Being a mother can make you paranoid about a lot of things – sneezing, bodies of water, sharp objects....
How to survive food and seasonal allergies this Easter
Easter comes with fun traditions, activities, and time spent with family and friends...
Getting a Handle on Oak Allergies
Most of us in Texas have had the pleasant experience of accidentally parking our car under an oak tree. All it takes...
4 of the weirdest allergies you could have
One of the best parts of the allergy testing process is getting to see patients’ reactions to what they’re allergic to
Allergy Friendly Restaurants in the Dallas area
Dallas is a huge city with an even bigger amount of places to eat. That can make it difficult for people with food all.
Are food allergies getting worse?
When I was it was unheard of for one of my classmates to have food allergies. None of my peers...
Texas is one of the worst places for allergies and here’s why
In 2011, I moved to Texas from North Georgia, where I enjoyed all sorts of outdoor activities including...
Are you dealing with a cold or allergies?
A big question we’re always asked is “How do I know if I have a cold or allergies”?
New Year’s resolutions that will help your allergies
As the new year rolls around, everyone creates their own laundry list of resolutions...
Five Things to Know About Cedar Fever
Without a doubt, most people KNOW if they’re allergic to is mountain cedar. It seems to be in a category all by itself.
Avoiding Allergies During Outdoor Exercises
We all have our own methods of getting ready to exercise, but having allergies can complicate your pre-workout ritual.
The Teal Pumpkin Project
Halloween has always been an exciting time for children. You can’t bring up Halloween without talking about the candy.
Ragweed and You
The end of summer is already something every child dreads, but ragweed makes the back-to-school season more difficult.