• Summer Allergies: When a Summer Cold is Much More

    Summer Allergies: When a Summer Cold is Much More

    The last thing anyone wants is a runny nose and constant sneezing putting a damper on summer vacation plans and outdoor activities. Symptoms that might be labeled a “summer cold” could be something much more. We often think of allergies during the spring and fall months, but they are also common in the summer and, for some individuals, are year-round.

  • Ticks That Spread Red-Meat Allergy

    Ticks That Spread Red-Meat Allergy

    If Lyme disease isn’t reason enough to avoid ticks, here’s another: the inability to enjoy a burger. Odd as it seems, researchers say that bites from the voracious lone star tick are making some people allergic to red meat—even if they’ve never had a problem eating it before.

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