-- Randy Dotinga
SATURDAY, Dec. 25 (HealthDay News) -- For allergy sufferers at
holiday time, the best gift of all may be relief from respiratory
symptoms, an expert suggests.
Dust from boxes of stored decorations, fresh trees, scented air
fresheners, live plants and more can cause all sorts of breathing
problems, according to allergist Dr. Joseph Leija, of Gottlieb
Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park, Ill. In a news release from
Loyola University Health System, he explained that there are ways
to avoid decking your halls with sniffles and wheezes.
Leija offers the following tips for keeping your home
allergy-free during this festive season:
Learn more about
allergies from the American Academy of Family
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