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'Pollen Vortex'? Long Winter Worsens Allergies in Spring
'Pollen Vortex'? Long Winter Worsens Allergies in Spring
April 22, 2014; 9:50 AM

This year's long, brutal winter may mean the country's headed for pollen eruption and a harsh allergy season in the spring, doctors say.
12 Tips for Running with Seasonal Allergies
12 Tips for Running with Seasonal Allergies
April 17, 2014; 9:29 AM

How to enjoy running while dealing with spring allergies.
Understanding Allergies
Understanding Allergies
April 14, 2014; 10:41 AM

High pollen levels throughout much of the country mean that millions of Americans are sniffling, sneezing and itching.
Tips for the Rough Spring Allergy Season Ahead
Tips for the Rough Spring Allergy Season Ahead
April 08, 2014; 11:28 AM

A cold winter and late-season snow storms in some parts of the country could mean that spring allergy season is especially rough this year.
Seven Ways to Beat Allergies Naturally
Seven Ways to Beat Allergies Naturally
April 05, 2014; 9:38 AM

If you suffer from the wide array of seasonal allergy symptoms such as fatigue; sinus congestion; itchy eyes, nose or throat; or watery eyes, don’t let a high pollen count get you down.
20 Ways to Survive Pollen Season (Without Locking Yourself Indoors)
20 Ways to Survive Pollen Season (Without Locking Yourself Indoors)
March 27, 2014; 10:19 AM

Hello, spring. Hello birds, bees, and blossoms … and sneezes, sniffles and crazy-making itchy eyes.
As Schools Boost Access to EpiPens, Do Teachers Know How to Use Them?
As Schools Boost Access to EpiPens, Do Teachers Know How to Use Them?
March 15, 2014; 12:10 PM

A new law signed by President Barack Obama on Nov. 13 last year provides states with financial incentives to pass laws that allow schools to stock epinephrine, and to treat children who do not have a prescription for the drug.
Antibiotic Misuse in Hospitals Raises Patient Infection Risk
Antibiotic Misuse in Hospitals Raises Patient Infection Risk
March 05, 2014; 9:50 AM

More than half of hospitalized patients receive antibiotics, but these prescriptions may often be inappropriate — for example, giving patients the wrong medicine or leaving them on a drug for too long, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Some Asthma Patients May Be Overmedicated, Doctors Say
Some Asthma Patients May Be Overmedicated, Doctors Say
February 24, 2014; 10:54 AM

People with mild asthma are advised to lower their medication dose once their asthma has been brought under control, but the best way to reduce the dose is not fully known, doctors say.
How to Eat Out With Food Allergies
How to Eat Out With Food Allergies
February 21, 2014; 10:40 AM

Food allergies are common, and they can be incredibly serious.
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