Texas Allergy Center Blog

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  • Spring is a beautiful season marked by blooming flowers, budding trees, and warmer weather. However, for many people, spring also brings seasonal allergies and worsened asthma symptoms. Understanding these conditions and knowing how to manage them can help you enjoy the season to the fullest.......

  • As the winter season lingers in North Texas, so do the effects of mountain cedar, a notorious trigger for allergies in certain regions. Sneezing, coughing, and itchy eyes are unpleasant symptoms many people experience during this time. During the winter, the trees release large amounts......

  • Many look forward to cozy winter nights by the fireplace in North Texas. However, this picturesque season can bring challenges for those who suffer from winter allergies. Managing winter allergies requires a proactive approach, from indoor irritants to outdoor triggers. We offer practical strategies to......

  • As the winter season blankets the world in a layer of snow and frost, many people rejoice in the cozy indoor settings. However, for those who suffer from indoor allergies, winter can bring its own set of challenges. Managing indoor allergies during winter requires a......

  • The holiday season is a time of joy, celebration, and delicious meals. However, for those with food allergies, the festivities can also bring a sense of anxiety and caution. Food takes center stage for Christmas, and managing food allergies becomes crucial to ensure a safe......

  • The holiday season is a time for joy, festivities, and the warm glow of twinkling lights. However, for some individuals, a cedar Christmas tree can bring more than just holiday cheer—it can also trigger allergies. Cedar Christmas tree allergies can dampen the holiday spirit for......

  • As the vibrant colors of autumn emerge and the air turns crisp, many people eagerly anticipate the joys of fall. However, for individuals with mold allergies, this season can bring its own set of challenges. Mold spores thrive in damp environments, and the fall season,......

  • For some individuals, the changing seasons bring an unwelcome companion: allergies. Cedar elm, a common tree found in North Texas, is a notorious allergen source. Cedar elm allergies can put a damper on your enjoyment of the outdoors.  Cedar elm, scientifically known as Ulmus crassifolia,......

  • Introducing allergens to a baby is scary whether you are a first time or seasoned parent. If you have food allergies yourself, you may be extra nervous about introducing them to your baby. Luckily, there is some new guidance from the National Institute of Allergy......

  • Food allergies are becoming increasingly common in both children and adults. Approximately one in 12 children and one in 10 adults suffer from food allergies. We now believe some of our previous guidelines for delaying the introduction of allergenic foods into a baby’s diet caused......

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