How Doctors Are Using Telemedicine To Help Allergy SufferersWith spring allergies in full bloom, the wait to see a specialist in person can be several weeks but scheduling a same-day visit through telemedicine is virtually a click away.
Woman’s Runny Nose Turns Out To Be Fluid Leaking From Her BrainA woman was misdiagnosed for years, with a constant runny nose. It wasn't allergies or a common cold. It was fluid leaking from her brain.
Woman's Runny Nose Was Actually Leaking Brain Fluid, Doctors SayA woman in Nebraska who thought she was suffering from a terrible case of allergies has been told by doctors that her runny nose was actually being caused by leaking brain fluid.
UTZ Recalling Tortilla Chips Over Milk Allergy ConcernsThe recall affects products that were reportedly distributed to retail stores in over 30 states and Washington, DC.
Warm Spell Means Early Start To Allergy Season For ManyIt looks like the groundhog was wrong about an early Spring, but this long stretch of warm weather could forecast trouble for allergy sufferers.
Summer Allergy Season Proving To Be A Rough OneA wet May and a warm start to June have wreaked havoc on many allergy sufferers.
North Suburban Kid Turns Food Allergy Fears Into Educational DocumentaryCBS 2's Dana Kozlov introduces us to that young filmmaker and his vision.
How An Elimination Diet May Improve Your Child's HealthDoes your child suffer from allergies? Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein, author of "The Dirt Cure," shares how an elimination diet may be the secret to a healthier and happier life!
Doctor Creates Superheroes To Teach Kids About Asthma, AllergiesCBS 2's Mai Martinez shows us how he's helping kids breathe easier.
Spring Rains Leading To High Mold, Pollen Counts, Allergist SaysAllergy season in the Midwest usually starts around late March through late May as milder temperatures head our way, says Dr. Anju Peters, an allergist with Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Expert Predicts ‘Heavy Season’ For Allergy SufferersAllergy season is officially here and it may be worse than normal.
Wet Weather Leading To High Mold CountsAll the rain we've been having is making mold counts go sky high and those with allergies are just miserable, reports CBS 2’s Pamela Jones.