Mold Allergy News
5 Secrets to Outsmart Your Allergies
If you have seasonal allergies, you probably assume that you've heard all the advice out there—and despite your best efforts, you still find yourself sneezing, wheezing and tearing. But don't fear those blooming trees and piles of freshly mown grass. "More and more, new technology is giving us a
Top 100 Spring Allergy Cities
As spring arrives, flowers bloom and airborne pollen molecules bring allergy sufferers misery. To kick off the spring season, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America released a list of the top 100 U.S. allergy capitals. Unfortunately for those suffering from hay fever, there is...
8 Ways to Outsmart Your Allergies
Think allergies end in April or May? Guess again. Those sneezy, itchy-eyed, congested months can last well into late fall, as different trees, then grasses and, finally, weeds bombard the air with pollen. If that weren't irritating enough, outdoor mold starts to release airborne spores starting in
Allergic to Christmas: Trees, Treats Can Trigger Reactions
The holiday season is in full swing. And while many people around the nation gear up for a joyful time with family and friends, those with allergies prepare for an onslaught of wheezes and sneezes that can wreck the holiday fun. "The winter holidays are a particularly difficult time for people with
Top 5 Summer Allergy Triggers
Summer is unofficially on, and that means three months full of sun, heat -- and allergy triggers. The fully bloomed trees and green grass may be nice to look at, but the pollen they harbor can bring allergy sufferers misery during the spring and summer months. But it's not just that ubiquitous
Mold Moves Maryland College Students to Cruise Ship
Forced from their dorms by mold and mildew , students of St. Mary's College of Maryland will ride out the semester on a cruise ship, the college announced. The Sea Voyager, swiftly steaming its way down the St, Lawrence River, is scheduled to dock at St. Mary's City Friday morning. Starting Monday,
How Hurricanes Affect Your Allergies
Hurricane season is here of course were all aware of the damage that storms can do when they make landfall but the consequences of hurricanes. Don't end when the wind and the rain subside in fact stormy weather could actually worsen allergies and asthma and can be downright dangerous to our health.
Allergies? Good Chance It's Ragweed Pollen; Report Suggests Climate Change a Factor
Sneeze. Cough. Wheeze. Repeat. Up to 20 percent of Americans suffer their way through the spring and summer because of ragweed allergies , and new research says the problem could be getting worse. Global warming and climate change, experts say, could be causing higher levels of ragweed in the air.
Climate Change Could Sting Allergy, Asthma Sufferers
Longer pollen seasons, more ozone mean more symptoms for those at risk, experts say.
Allergies on the Job: 7 Workplace Irritants
What You're Exposed to at Work Can Bring on the Wheezing, Sneezing, Itching