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  • Are You a Nose Breather or a Mouth Breather?

    Do you know the differences between a nose breather vs. a mouth breather? Which one are you? Believe it or not, mouth breathing can have severe repercussions for your body. Find out why breathing through your nose is healthier and how you can get your body back to its natural breathing state below. Why Nose […]

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    Published on: January 15, 2020         Published by: CT Nguyen

  • Autumn Allergies in Houston

    While some people only experience allergy symptoms during the spring, another wave of sneezing and itching can hit during the fall. Some unfortunate allergy sufferers experience symptoms during both seasons. In Houston, the long growing season and warm weather mean allergy season can last months longer than in other parts of the country that experience […]

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  • Types & Symptoms of Spring Allergies In Houston

    Chirping birds aren’t the only thing you hear in Houston. You may also hear a lot of coughing and sneezing from allergy sufferers. Spring allergies symptoms in Houston are common. From weeds blooming to trees flowering, the ecosystem in Houston is very active and has plenty of pollen. Itchy throats and runny noses are the […]

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    Published on: November 21, 2019         Published by: CT Nguyen

  • Experiencing Winter Allergies in Houston

    In Houston, winter weather may seem like a breeze for those looking to escape frigid temperatures and avoid snow. Due to Texas’ warmer climate, winters tend to be mild. However, this climate also causes pollen in Houston and the surrounding areas to stick around, negatively impacting allergy sufferers in the Lone Star State. The prevalence […]

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  • Will My Allergies Go Away With Age?

    Understanding Allergies Whether it is you who suffers, a relative, or one of your friends, allergies are very commonplace and a regular occurrence for many people of all ages.  It may be a food allergy, seasonal allergies associated with pollen and plant matter, or an allergy to household substances such as dust mites and mold. […]

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    Published on: August 15, 2018         Published by: CT Nguyen


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