Spring is here, the weather is warm and the air is freely blowing all those nasty allergens all over the place. Take a few steps to help protect yourself this allergy season.
Most parents would steer their children away from tattoos, but there’s one kind that may change their mind.
We all like fancy and high tech when it comes to medical testing, but researchers have found a simpler way to hone in towards a diagnosis of early Alzheimer’s. As CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains, all it takes is a spoonful of peanut butter and a ruler.
If you’re sneezing and sniffling you’re not alone. Allergy season is back with a vengeance for some late-summer suffering.
The FDA has a warning about a class of medication that very popular in Colorado these days—drugs to relieve allergies. The agency says you may be having side effects from these medications— and not know it.
Cbs4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has more on why the FDA is concerned.
Some allergy sufferers say this year’s symptoms are worse than ever and sticking around longer than in years past. But now there’s something else to consider — the side effects from allergy medication.
Even if you aren’t sneezing or feeling the effects of allergies, chances are you know someone who is suffering.
About 5 percent of American kids have food allergies, and that number keeps rising every year. So the standard advice to avoid allergies has always been to stay miles away from certain foods until your child is older. But as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, the exact opposite may be true. When it comes to things like peanut butter and milk, earlier may be better.
The experts are telling allergy sufferers to be prepared since the allergy season might come early because of the warm weather.
The smoke spread across much of the south metro area Monday from the Lower North Fork Fire prompted health concerns and some warnings that extended into Tuesday afternoon.