Ready For Spring? Be Ready For AllergiesWith baseball almost back and the snow finally disappearing, spring is in the air. The trade-off is all of the allergies since the melting started.
Preventative Treatment For Peanut Allergy Succeeds In StudyThe first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way. A company said Tuesday that its daily capsules of peanut flour helped children tolerate nuts in a major study.
U Students Develop Sleek Alternative To The EpiPenSome University of Minnesota students are gaining national recognition for a new way to treat patients with life-threatening allergies.
How An Elimination Diet May Improve Your Child's HealthDoes your child suffer from allergies? Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein, author of "The Dirt Cure," shares how an elimination diet may be the secret to a healthier and happier life!
Parents Of Allergy Victim Press For Broader WarningsFamily members say a peanut allergy caused the death of a 22-year-old Ramsey man. Brian Kelly says his son, Bruce, had a fatal reaction after eating some chocolate that was made in a plant that also processed foods with peanuts.
Minnesota Allergist Aims To Wipe Out Allergies By Toughening Immune SystemsBaseball games, school lunches and chocolate candy, just a few of the places you can find peanuts. But what is an indulgence for some is a demon for others.
Nearly 500,000 Auvi-Q Injectors RecalledFor those who have severe allergic reactions there is an important recall to take note of. Hundreds of thousands of injectors may not deliver the correct amount of the life-saving drug, epinephrine. Sanofi is recalling 490,000 packs of their Auvi-Q injectors.
Despite Breezy, Cool Weather, Minnesotans Retain Climactic OptimismIt's nearly a month until fall starts, but lately it felt like pumpkin and cider weather was already upon us. Some wore sweatshirts or long sleeves as they walked around Lake of the Isles, it got down to 54 degrees Monday.
Tips For Fighting Off Approaching Fall AllergiesAs summer winds down, some of us will notice more sniffing and sneezing. Fall allergies will start to reappear real soon. If things like ragweed leave your eyes and nose itchy, doctors say now -- before allergy season goes into full swing -- is a good time to start taking your antihistamines, nasal sprays and eye drops.
Allergy Season Arrives Right On ScheduleIf you have noticed your eyes watering, and you are sneezing more than usual -- you are not alone. Hennepin County Medical Center Allergy Specialist Dr. John Sweet says allergy season is right on time.
Get Movin' Monday: Natural Remedies For Allergy SufferersSummer officially begins this weekend which means allergy season is ramping up. But before you load up on pills, sprays and drops, Senia Mae, from Healing InSight in St. Paul Gets Us Movin' with a few natural, alternative remedies to try.
Tree Pollen Levels Through The Roof In MinnesotaThough it doesn't feel like it now, we've had a great start to spring. But warm weather in March and April brought an unwanted Minnesota guest: allergies.

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