C-Sections Won’t Raise Baby’s Odds for Food Allergies | Health News

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter, HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay) MONDAY, May 23, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Babies delivered by a cesarean section are no more likely to have food allergies during their first year of life than other infants, according to an Australian study. The association between type of delivery and food allergy risk had been … Read more

Is it allergies, covid or the flu? Kansas City cases are up

In this photo illustration, free iHealth COVID-19 antigen rapid tests from the federal government sit on a US Postal Service envelope after being delivered Feb. 4 in San Anselmo, California. The Biden administration has secured one billion at home COVID-19 tests and will deliver four per household for free to anyone who requests them. The … Read more

Advice King: What Should I Do About My Allergies? | Advice King

Comedian, musician, host of Chris Crofton’s Advice King Podcast and former Nashvillian Chris Crofton asked the Scene for an advice column, so we gave him one. Crowning himself the “Advice King,” Crofton will share his hard-won wisdom with whosoever seeks it. Follow Crofton on Facebook and Twitterand to submit a question for the Advice King, … Read more

Spring allergies in Sacramento are worse than people think

OPINION AND COMMENTARY Editorials and other Opinion content offer perspectives on issues important to our community and are independent from the work of our newsroom reporters. Allergies tend to be worse in the middle of the day, so play outside during the morning or evening to provide less exposure to pollen. Courtesy Out of a … Read more

Allergy Immunotherapy is more common as allergy sick in Michigan

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Warmer weather has come to Michigan and that means pollen has too. If you’re sniffling and sneezing more this week, you’re not alone. More and more people are trying allergy Immunotherapy, a potential life changer for those suffering from allergies. Dr. Lawrence Hennessey is an allergist in Okemos and President-Elect for … Read more

How to Survive Your Seasonal Allergies | Smarter

✨Pollenproof your environment.Vacuum and dust regularly to pick up allergens such as pollen particles, dust mites, and pet dander. If your pets spend any time outdoors, keep them off your bed–and if possible, out of that room entirely–because their fur could carry pollen. Try to remove shoes that you’ve worn outside once you’ve returned indoors … Read more

Allergy season to start earlier, last longer due to climate change

Spring allergies are well underway for those affected this time of the year. And if it seems like allergy season is starting a little earlier each year, that’s because it is. According to a new study out of the University of Michigan, climate change is making allergy season last longer and start sooner, now beginning … Read more

Allergies or other illnesses? UT Health San Antonio doctor breaks down the symptoms

SAN ANTONIO If you have seasonal allergies, you know that they have not been kind lately in the San Antonio area. But, how do you know when it’s allergies or another illness? Dr. Edward Brooks with UT Health San Antonio joined Leading SA Sunday to discuss what distinguishes allergy symptoms from a possible worse illness. … Read more

Climate change is going to make allergy season worse, study says

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Every spring, summer and fall allergy sufferers in Metro Detroit brace for the inevitable; an explosion of pollen that can make or break those outdoor plans after being forced to spend months inside during the long Michigan winter. “Pollen really brings out the worst in me. It’s a really bad time, … Read more