Seasonal AllergiesInfo Center
FDA Approves New Hay Fever Nasal Spray
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new nasal spray to treat hay fever. The new spray is eco-friendly and could be an alternative to currently available hay fever treatments.
Vitamin D May Help Hay Fever Sufferers
Hay fever is a common symptom for allergy sufferers that may require steroid treatments. Adding Vitamin D may improve steroidal hay fever treatment.
Don't Sneeze at this Ragweed Allergy Treatment
Fall means leaves changing colors, cooler weather and ragweed allergies. For allergy sufferers, a long-term treatment is being developed to ease ragweed allergy symptoms.
Grass Pollen Allergy Relief is Around the Corner
A grass pollen allergy can wreak havoc during the summer season. A new treatment may soon provide long-term relief for many allergy sufferers.
Tough Toughing Out Allergy Season
With ragweed season having already arrived in most parts of the country, many decide not to treat their allergies or assume they just have a cold or sinus infection.
High Alert For Moldy Midwest
During allergy and asthma season, high mold counts indicate big problems for allergy and asthma sufferers. This summer, the midwest is nowhere to be for these patients.
Hay Fever Readiness Revealed
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and this is the case with ragweed allergies. Allergists are forecasting hay fever will soon arrive in most parts of the country.
Do-It-Yourself Breathing a Little Easier Now
Allergy relief is often a blessing for seasonal allergy sufferers, but ridding your home of irritating allergens can be a costly endeavor. HEPA filters can be very expensive.
Powder Making Hay With Hay Fever
Hay fever, which is caused by a pollen allergy, is the most common seasonal allergy. Itchy, sneezy, runny noses are just some of its nagging symptoms.
Shoddy News, Get an Allergy Shot
The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) has issued advice on how to beat the summertime allergy blues by using a treatment developed 100 years ago.