With flu season right around the corner, North Texas schools are teaching students to fight back against germs. But some researchers say one weapon – hand sanitizer – may not be as powerful as many people think.
North Texas doctors say it’s just a matter of time before a virus sweeping the Midwest makes it way here. The rare respiratory virus is called “enterovirus 68” and it mimics a summer cold.
Each year the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) puts out a list of the “100 Most Challenging Places to Live With Allergies.” Usually the Dallas area is ranked about a quarter of the way down – this year Dallas is number 7!
We’ve all been there. The uncomfortable cringe and surreptitious search for hand sanitizer as an obviously ill coworker hacks, coughs, and sneezes. While the goal may have been ‘dedicated martyr’, the reality more closely resembles Typhoid Mary.
Right now allergies are a big problem in North Texas. Experts say the mild winter weather and wet summer has opened the door for ragweed and mold.
This could be one of the worst years ever for fall allergies. Learn about what allergens will be in the air, and how you can survive the season.
There may be a dusting of truth to allergy sufferers’ complaints that this season is, well, a bigger headache than years past.
It may seem like there’s no rest in sight for those experiencing itchy eyes and oak allergies may be the culprit. But there are a few simple tips that could save you from another season of suffering.
If you’re like most allergy sufferers, you’ve probably tried every over-the-counter allergy medication around. But, what if you don’t have seasonal allergies at all?
The pollen count is up — way up. In fact, Dallas is No. 2 and Fort Worth is No. 3 on a list of the worst cities for respiratory allergies.