Tag: Allergies/Cold & Flu
Sinusitis: Everything You Should Know
Along with warmer weather and longer days, spring brings allergies and colds – often the cause of sinusitis, commonly known as a sinus infection.
Five Reasons to Get Your Flu Shot
According to the CDC, less than half of adults (aged 18 years and older) received a flu vaccine in recent years. Obviously, some of us still need convincing about the need for flu vaccination.
Confused about Flu Vaccinations? Get the Flu Facts.
Each fall, you probably see lots of messages urging you to get your annual flu vaccine. But do you know why you need a flu vaccine every year and when is the best time to get vaccinated? Read on to get the flu facts.
Peanut Allergy: New Evidence That It Can be Prevented
In only the last 13 years, the prevalence of peanut allergy in the U.S. has quadrupled.
How to Beat Seasonal Allergies
Most patients with seasonal allergies will need some sort of medical treatment to get adequate relief.
Allergic to Essential Medication?
Patients fighting cancer, severe infections, autoimmune disorders, and many other conditions may become sensitized to the very drugs that are most effective in treating their diseases.
Don’t Let the Flu Sneak Up on You, Get Your Flu Shot Now
According to the CDC's most recent report, flu season is off to a stronger start this year than in prior years. The good news is, it's not too late to get your flu shot.
Are You Really Allergic to Penicillin?
If you have a penicillin allergy on your medical record, there's a 90 percent change you're actually not allergic.
Get Flu Shot this Year, to Avoid Repeat of Last Season’s Dangers
Following the most dangerous flu season in decades, physicians are encouraging flu vaccination as the best way to prevent winter misery — especially for people who are most at risk.