The Allergy Clinic’s Dr Marinda McDonald appeared on SABC Health Talk to discuss nasal allergies. Watch the recording here.
For many us, spring and early summer means sneezing and a runny nose. And while most people experiencing these symptoms tend to think they have hayfever or sinusitis, it’s very likely to be allergic rhinitis. But what is allergic rhinitis, and how and why does it happen? Allergic rhinitis happens Read more…
Air pollution is a reality most of us face daily. And while we all know it’s harmful to the environment and contributes to global warming, it also is essential to take note of how it affects people with allergies.
Particular environmental allergies follow specific patterns and understanding what is causing your symptoms will enable you to manage your allergies better.