The ENTs and Allergist at Arkansas Otolaryngology Center describe a sneeze as the body’s response to a foreign particle irritating the nasal mucosa. The function of sneezing is to get rid of the mucus containing the foreign particles and cleanse the nasal cavity. When...

Spring: what a refreshing and exciting time of the year! While Spring represents a new start for many, for others, this season is allergy time. For those with severe, or even moderate seasonal allergies, Springtime can involve the discomfort of runny noses, sneezing, s...

While colds and allergies may have some similar symptoms, they have different causes. Colds are caused by viruses and are contagious. There are over 200 different viruses that can cause colds, and many cause different symptoms. When a cold-causing virus enters your bod...

 

Indoor allergens such as dander, dust mites, and mold will take their toll on allergy sufferers more during the winter since people spend more time indoors during the cold months. Some of us may not be affected by these allergens, while others will suffer through the...

As preparation checklists seem to get longer, one thing you don’t want to forget is taking your child to a board-certified allergist before the school-year begins. With a new environment surrounded by new friends, your child could potentially face new triggers if they...

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