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.
Attention Allergy Sufferers! New Treatment Guidelines May Bring ReliefYou don't have to tell anyone with allergies that spring is here, but new treatment guidelines could help those who can't stop sniffling.
Report: Climate Change May Increase Allergies, Lyme DiseaseChanges occurring in Minnesota's climate could have harmful effects on human health, including increased allergies and cases of Lyme Disease, according to a new report from the Minnesota Department of Health.
Pepperidge Farm Recalls 46,000 Bagel Due To Allergy RiskPepperidge Farm is recalling about 46,000 packages of bagels because they may contain peanuts or almonds that could set off a serious allergic reaction. The company said Friday that no illnesses have been reported. It was alerted to the problem by a bakery that makes the bagels.
Teal Pumpkin Project For Kids With Allergies On HalloweenWhen you're out trick or treating this year, you may notice something different on doorsteps. Instead of the traditional orange pumpkin, some households will be displaying teal-colored ones.
Ragweed Is Here, And Allergy Sufferers Are Feeling It Allergy sufferers are already feeling the effects of what could be one of the worst allergy seasons in years. Doctors at Woodwinds Hospital in Woodbury, Minn., say they have been seeing more patients complain about symptoms related to ragweed.
Adrian Peterson Launches Allergy Education Program His face swollen, breathing becoming difficult, Adrian Peterson didn't panic. Maybe it was his resourcefulness as an elite athlete, or his ability to focus even in the most dire circumstances. But Peterson knew what to do two years ago when a severe allergy attack hit at Vikings training camp. Now, he wants to make sure everyone else knows how to react. Peterson has helped launch an educational program called Ready2Go for people with severe allergies.
Good Question: Why Do Our Allergies Make Us Feel So Terrible?After our cold winter, experts are calling this spring a particularly bad season for allergy sufferers. All of that sneezing, itchy eyes, stuffy nose, and congestion can make for a miserable couple of months.
How To Keep Your Allergies In Check This SpringSpring is here, the weather is warm and the air is freely blowing all those nasty allergens all over the place. Take a few steps to help protect yourself this allergy season.
Allergy Season Could Come Fast, StrongThe start of allergy season may have been delayed this year by wet weather and cold temperatures, but now with spring here experts expect a burst of pollen. The biggest culprits this time of year are trees, grasses and mold.
Allergy Season Begins Along With SpringSpring is on it's way and so is allergy season, and with all the snow Minnesota has had this year there could be another factor causing stuffy noses. The large amount of snow that built p this year can lead to something called, "snow mold." It’s something that causes stuffy noses, headaches and sore throats for a lot of people.