Hi-ho, Hi-ho, it’s off to camp they go! For most children, summer camp means s’mores by the campfire, swimming with their friends, and laughing in the dining hall, but for some, there’s more to worry about. Children with allergies and asthma must be mindful and cautious when it comes to summer camp food and activities.
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We are well into spring and with these warmer temperatures comes pollen, and lots of it! Dr. Eddie Shields spoke with KARK’s Carmen Rose about what to expect from spring allergies and what kind of pollens to look out for. Right now elm, maple, hickory, and oak tree pollens are the main cause of those
Dr. Lindsay Still recently spoke with Good Morning Arkansas reporter Ansley Watson about managing spring allergies! They discussed over the counter treatment options, pollen trends, and how Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic can help people find relief. As pollen season ramps up, these tips are crucial in preventing those annoying symptoms. Watch the full interview
If you thought pollen season was drawing to a close, buckle up because it’s far from over. Pollen season comes in three waves; the first wave is tree pollen, the second wave is grass pollen, and the third wave is weed pollen. As spring starts to fade into summer, grass pollen is next in our