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Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description An international team of researchers, led by physician-scientists at Johns Hopkins, reports that a once-daily tablet containing a high dose of a key ragweed pollen protein
A new national study that included Allegheny General Hospital researchers has found that daily liquid medication under the tongue -- sublingual drops -- is as effective as weekly visits to a doctor's office to get allergy shots. The clinical trial,
Thursday, January 31 at 8 pm - $25 Ohio-born singer/songwriter David Wilcox returns to The Barns at Wolf Trap following his most recent appearance at the venue in February 2011. Since the early ’80s, Wilcox has been delighting folk aficionados
The Health Protection Agency says climate change is likely to raise average temperatures by between two and five degrees, with "significant looming health challenges" for the nation. Heat-related deaths are expected to soar from their present level
EDT Source: What started as a Caribbean storm is now on the verge of becoming a hurricane making its way to the United States. Tropical Storm Isaac is expected to strike parts of Florida come Monday, potentially damaging everything in its path.
The grasses are tall and the air is thick with humidity in this meadow at mid-summer. The textures of the plants and surrounding trees make for a tapestry of visual adventures all their own. With Purple Loosestrife and Ragweed filling in the body of
Experts in Wisconsin say this allergy season will be one of the longest. Dr. Mark Moss at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health says the allergy season began about two to three weeks early. The mild winter and
Joseph Leija, Loyola allergist who performs the Gottlieb Allergy Count, the official allergy count for the Midwest.
The 33-year-old TV personality alternately known as the quaffer of culinary consciousness, The Ali G of Food and The Culinary Ambassador of the Bronx has eaten nearly six meals a day for the last few months while filming his new Cooking Channel show.
Participating children will be claimed by one of the Greek gods and will follow their destiny. Theyll get to practice their archery skills, sample nectar and ambrosia and explore the arts of ancient Greece...Michelle Jenkins Share this story: Top