The fall season is just around the corner. If you have allergies or sinusitis, you have many options to help alleviate the symptoms that are coming your way. Have you heard of sinus rinse? Whether you have never used...
by Dr. Rohit Katial, Program Director of Allergy and Immunology at National Jewish Medical and Research Center
March 20th 2012
Spring is officially here and for more than 40 million Americans, that means it’s also allergy season! While many people look forward to longer hours of daylight and warmer weather, others dread the tree and grass pollen that causes allergy-related symptoms
by Mike Tringale, M.S.M., vice president of external affairs at the AAFA
January 6th 2012
Over 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. While many think allergies are just a spring or fall affliction, winter can also be a problematic time of the year for families dealing with allergies, when allergy symptoms can be commonly mistaken as...
As winter approaches, the inside lining of your nose is more likely to become dry due to low humidity and increased use of household heaters. You probably notice that people experience sinusitis, chronic nasal congestion, and nosebleeds more often when...
Rachell Goldenberg is a blogger who writes about surviving the second shift—the time working families experience when they return home from their "real" jobs. She recently wrote about her experience with the Waterpik SinuSense Water Pulsator.
Information provided by Dr. Linda Dahl, Board Certified Otolaryngologist and ENT
Tuesday, June 19th 2011
Did you know that you can catch a cold, even in the summer? Experts note that even though summer colds are four times less likely to occur than winter colds, many people still get frequent summer colds.
Allergy season is upon us – that means itchy eyes, sneezing, coughing, congestion, and sinus problems. According to the CDC, more than 29.3 million adults suffer from sinus problems. Are you one of them?