As summer comes to an end and fall begins, many patients are experiencing runny noses, scratchy throats, and itchy eyes due to fall allergies. While many consider springtime to be the prime time for seasonal allergies, allergies are actually nearly as prevalent in the fall as they are in the spring. Spring time allergies are typically caused by high levels of pollen in the air while fall allergies are typically caused by high levels of ragweed in the air.
The best way to treat allergies is to avoid allergy triggers and prevent the allergy symptoms from occurring before they even start. Here are a few tips to help get you through the fall allergy season.
College is an exciting time full of new adventures. With the start of another school year just
around the corner, it is important to take time to ensure that you are adequately prepared to
prevent and fight illness. Here are a few tips to help you power through the semester illness
The month of September is the start of fall, and with that comes cooler weather, leaves changing color and apple festivals galore.
We found this recipe and think it is the perfect way to use up all those apples this season. Give it a try and let us know what you think!
The Gatti Team
Information, tips and more from the Gatti Pharmacists and staff.