Here at The Alkalol Company, we are obsessed with everything that happens in the world of sinus health. We monitor the latest cold, flu, and allergy news. We pay close attention to breakthrough treatments and medicines. And, of course, we’re always searching for the best health tips and natural remedies.
Since 1896, we’ve had a passion for sinus health and now we’d like to share it with you! So every Friday, we’re going to try to boost your sinus health knowledge with news items, articles, tips, and remedies that caught the attention of The Alkalol Company staff throughout the week.
Here’s the eighth edition of This Week in Sinus Health!
1. Harsh Winter A Bad Sign For Allergy Suffers:
This year’s harsh winter weather has been brutal for many across the country, but health experts tell NBC News the real misery may just be starting for allergy sufferers. That’s because the above-average levels of snow, ice, and rain that battered much of the U.S. over the last few months may now result in a sharp spike in springtime pollen levels.
2. Five Things To Know As Spring Allergy Season Starts:
March and April showers bring May flowers, but they also bring on sneezing, runny noses and watery eyes for nearly 50 million Americans with allergies. The spring allergy season begins in some regions of the country as early as February and can last into the summer months. Here are five things to know before the sniffling and sneezing starts.
3. Want To Live In An Allergy-Free Place? Good Luck!
Anyone thinking of moving to another part of the country to escape allergies may have to think again.That’s because a large study released last week showed there may not be an allergy-free region anywhere in the United States.
4. Google Flu Trends May Not Be As Accurate As You Think, Says New Report:
We love Google FluTrends here at The Alkalol Company. And why not? All it takes is a few mouse clicks to get a reading on local and national flu activity. There’s only one problem, says a new report. The information may not be accurate. In fact, it may not even be close.
Have a healthy weekend!
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