If you or your child experience frequent sinus infections or persistent nasal symptoms (that may get worse during certain seasons, especially summertime and “hay fever season”) or if you have nasal polyps or asthma, you may have allergic rhinitis. One in five people in the United States have allergic rhinitis, also known as “hay fever,” […]
What is Chronic Sinusitis?
Sinusitis is one of the most common conditions treated by primary care physicians, right up there with the common cold. Both can begin with sneezing, a stuffy nose and a sore throat, but while a cold will generally get better on its own in 10 days or less, sinusitis tends to linger and recur. So […]
The Benefits of Allergy Testing
Having allergies means your immune system could potentially overreact to something you touched or inhaled while enjoying an outdoor activity, or even in the comfort of your home. Even eating a peanut butter sandwich, having a carpet in the bedroom, or taking aspirin could trigger an allergic reaction causing you to experience symptoms such as […]