Experts say sulfites, most commonly used in wine, are now being used as preservatives in more food products from soup to nuts to help extend their shelf life. This increased use of sulfites is causing concern because many people may not even know they’re allergic to them.
The last few days of warmer weather have been a blessing for some and a curse for others. A wet spring and a hot start to summer has been the recipe for allergies for some people around the area.
Back to back rainy days this spring has local baseball fields normally packed with kids this time of year deserted.
Around here it’s pollen season and people with allergies are feeling it. The allergists can’t keep up.
Alongside Claritin, Zyrtec, and others, Allegra is coming to a drugstore shelf near you.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – For people with a runny nose and itchy, watery eyes during grass pollen season, the options for controlling symptoms include antihistamines, which work sometimes, or cumbersome nose sprays. A therapy available in […]
Dr. Deborah Gentile with Allegheny General Hospital Allergy and Immunology says it’s shaping up to be a rough season.
Could this be the worst Fall allergy season we’ve experienced in years? Larry and John talk to Dr David Skoner, Director of Allergies at Allegheny General Hospital, about how some people are already suffering this […]