Fifty years ago, food allergies were rare—almost unheard of. But that’s certainly not the case today. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of children with food allergies went up 18 percent from… Continue Reading
Asthma & Allergies
More Evidence of Strong Link Between Asthma & Heart Disease
Researchers are continuing to find strong evidence linking asthma to the risk of cardiovascular disease and events like heart attack and stroke. In a 2015 study conducted at multiple university medical centers in the U.S., researchers found that adult men and women with persistent asthma… Continue Reading
Fight Allergy Symptoms With These Treatments!
Experts are predicting a doozy of a season, not good news for the 50 or so million Americans who, come springtime, develop nasal congestion, inflamed sinuses, endless sneezing, and watery and itchy eyes… The experts foresee a major… Continue Reading
Can Allergies Increase Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease?
Before I moved to Florida a few years ago, I spent most of my adult life in the Connecticut River Valley. It’s beautiful there. Or rather, I should say it’s beautiful except for the couple months every spring… Continue Reading
Allergies: Symptoms and Treatments
Do you experience some of these upper respiratory symptoms – seasonally or randomly throughout the year? Sneezing A runny nose Watery eyes Itchy eyes, nose, and throat Mega-mucous (“it won’t stop!”) If so, you likely have allergic rhinitis…. Continue Reading
Are Leaky Gut and Gut Yeast Causing Your Allergies?
By Carolyn Dean, ND, MD Have you recently complained to friends and or family: “I don’t know why I’ve suddenly developed this spring sneezing and wheezing” or “I never used to get an upset stomach when I ate… Continue Reading