Get Ready for Fall Allergies

It is that time of year again. It is September  and schools are back in session. And, the fall allergies are starting to creep up on us again. Some people are asking,“What is in the air?” Our answer is weed pollen, and, more specifically, ragweed. Ragweed and the...

The “Allergic March”

Allergy problems can start at a very young age and often will follow a predictable progression. Allergists define the progression of the initial stages of childhood allergic disease as the “Allergic March.” A dry skin condition, known as eczema or atopic dermatitis,...

Spring Pollen Is Here!

If you have spring allergies to trees, you may have noticed some sneezing, nasal congestion, drainage, and watery eyes. The pollen count for Little Rock is currently at a moderate level for the early pollinating trees, including cedar and elm. The “burst of yellow”...