Reducing Cat Allergens in Your Home While You Build Up Immunity with Immunotherapy

If you've found out that you have an allergy to cats, things can get hard if you and your family have already become attached to a pet cat. Even though the allergies can be miserable, you probably still don't want to give up your cat. Immunotherapy, in the way of allergy shots, can help some people, but everyone's reaction is different. When you first start getting the shots, they will not be given to you at full strength, so you may still have a reaction to your cat until you build up your immunity. Read More 

Caring For Your Infant: What You Should Know About Diphtheria

If you are a new parent who follows parenting blogs and debates to get the perspectives of other parents on infant care and health, then you may find yourself questioning whether or not you should vaccinate your child according to the schedules set out by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and most pediatrician and infant care clinics. The choice to immunize your child against certain viruses and other illnesses is entirely yours to make. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Seasonal Allergies

Many people suffer from seasonal allergies. These allergies are caused from the pollen in the air, or even dust mites around the house and outside. If you suffer from these allergies, you might be wondering if there is any relief. Here are some things that you need to know about allergies. How Do I Know If I Have An Illness Or Allergies? Some of the symptoms of allergies and the common cold can be very similar, but the treatment for each is very different. Read More 

Three Lesser-Known Allergy Symptoms To Watch Out For

When most people think of allergies, they think of symptoms like a runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing. While many patients with allergies to mold, pollen, dander, and other common allergens do experience these symptoms, they're not the only symptoms allergies can cause. If you're suffering from any of following symptoms, you should consider the possibility that they're being caused by your allergies. Nausea There's a bit of a misconception that if a runny nose and sneezing is accompanied by nausea, it must be caused by a flu, not allergies. Read More 

3 Reasons Why Your OBGYN May Want To Induce You

While most women hope to go into labor on their own, this isn't always the case. Oftentimes women need to be induced in order to protect their health and the health of their unborn child. This article will discuss three reasons why your OBGYN may want to induce you.  Pre-eclampsia Pre-eclampsia is high blood pressure in a pregnant woman that can cause the blood vessels in multiple organs to clamp down and constrict blood flow. Read More