Spring allergens such as pollen, mold spores and other airborne particles not only trigger nasal allergies, but also can have a profound effect on a variety of allergic conditions including asthma and eczema
Spring has arrived. The new season is bringing budding trees and blossoming flowers, along with runny and stuffy noses, sneezes and itchy, watery eyes.
As Spring is upon us, Ochsner Health has Allergy and Immunology experts available.
Spring allergy symptoms will start to appear soon in parts of the country. Many allergists advise their patients to set a reminder for Valentine’s Day to start taking allergy medications.
New Brunswick, N.J. (April 20, 2021) – Rutgers University–New Brunswick allergy specialist Leonard Bielory is available for interviews on the spring allergy season in New Jersey. “One can expect a brisk allergy season this year since we had a lot…
There is no data to suggest that continuing allergy and asthma medications will have any effect on increasing your risk of getting the COVID-19 infection, or if you get the infection, lead to a worse outcome.