We are well into spring and with these warmer temperatures comes pollen, and lots of it! Dr. Eddie Shields spoke with KARK’s Carmen Rose about what to expect from spring allergies and what kind of pollens to look out for. Right now elm, maple, hickory, and oak tree pollens are the main cause of those
Dr. Lindsay Still recently spoke with Good Morning Arkansas reporter Ansley Watson about managing spring allergies! They discussed over the counter treatment options, pollen trends, and how Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic can help people find relief. As pollen season ramps up, these tips are crucial in preventing those annoying symptoms. Watch the full interview
Pollen is hard to miss this time of year as a yellow blanket covers cars, decks, and anything outside.
Springtime in Arkansas is usually the worst time of the year for allergies. Eddie Shields, MD, says that people with allergies are now dealing with tree pollen.
Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic announced that they are now a division of Family Allergy & Asthma. Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic will continue to operate under its name as a division of Family Allergy & Asthma.
Dr. Shields talked to THV11 about how mold is a year-round allergen but often peaks during the warm months, meaning recent flooding can make the problem worse.
Dr. Shields joined KATV to update them on what those with asthma can be aware of during the winter months.
Dr. Shields explained that nuts aren’t the only allergen that those with food allergies can encounter in candy, milk, egg and wheat are also common.