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.
Spring is the worst season for anyone allergic to tree pollen, which can cause allergic symptoms. Discover what you can do to help!
Whether you or your child has a food allergy, cooking can be great to do as a family, and can be a wonderful teaching opportunity.
Cleaning kicks up dust that can irritate your allergies, follow these helpful spring cleaning tips to keep your allergies and asthma at bay!
Before adopting a new pet for your family, ensure a smooth transition by getting everyone allergy tested.
Severe allergic reactions to food items, insect stings, and other allergens occur unexpectedly, have your epinephrine auto injector on you at all times.
Environmental allergens can trigger an allergic reaction causing congestion and swollen nasal passages. Is it allergies or sinus infection?
Many misconceptions surround seasonal allergies. Learn more about these five allergy myths to understand this common condition better.
Symptoms caused by each type of allergy differ enough to give you a clue about which allergens to avoid. With this guide, you can determine if you may need care from a local allergy clinic in Arkansas.
After the hot days of summer, fall can trigger a fresh round of allergies in Arkansas. Ragweed produces huge amounts of pollen at this time of year, while molds feast on fallen leaves. Learn how to fight your symptoms.