Why Seasonal Allergies in the Triangle Are Worse This Year: A Q&A
Allergist-immunologist Maya Jerath, MD, PhD, is Medical Director of the UNC Allergy and Immunology Clinic and Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at UNC, and a member of the UNC Thurston Arthritis Research Center. Why does pollen make you sneeze? Sneezing is part of an allergic reaction. Approximately 20-25% of the population is allergic…
Stepping Outside with Seasonal Allergies
Are you experiencing constant sneezing, sniffling, stuffiness, or irritated eyes? With proper preparation you can enjoy the great outdoors even if you suffer from seasonal allergies!