| Posted On May 04, 2021 | By:

Seasonal Allergies, the Common Cold, or COVID-19?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, a cough, sneeze, sore throat, or congested nose might trigger heightened anxiety. However, it’s important to remember that despite the many precautions we are taking during this pandemic, seasonal allergies and the common cold still exist. While some symptoms do overlap, there are a few key differences between allergies, the common cold, and a COVID-19 infection to keep in mind when assessing your symptoms.

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| Posted On Jul 11, 2018 | By:

Allergy Relief for Your Eyes

‘Tis the season for many allergy sufferers, and if your eyes are itchy and red but you don’t feel like you have a cold, you too may be afflicted with seasonal allergies. While allergic reactions in the eye can happen all year round, many people are particularly affected in spring, summer, or fall when pollen from trees, flowers, weeds and grass are at high levels. The most common eye symptoms are swelling, redness, tearing, and the most telltale sign: itching.

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| Posted On Apr 29, 2014 | By:

What to do about Seasonal Allergies

The month of April marks the beginning of seasonal allergies and the telltale sneezing, watery eyes, nasal congestion or pressure, and general malaise that start for millions of Americans.  Many people do not know what they’re allergic to and wonder if they should get tested to find out.  My general answer is that it depends on how severe your allergy symptoms are and what has or has not helped you to manage them in the past. 

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