1. Getting sick with the flu. Using tissues and staying hydrated to combat the virus.

    Flu Season Is Close – Tips To Prevent The Flu

    The flu, also known as influenza, is a seasonal virus that manifests in cooler seasons. In the U.S., the flu season is considered to start in October and starts dissipating around May; however, the virus can be transmitted year-round.   The influenza virus can be transmitted in different ways and it’s most commonly spread by droplets made when people who are infected cough, sneeze, or talk. The…Read More

  2. 4 Tips To Help You During The COVID-19 Pandemic

    Amidst the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, The Allergy and Asthma Center of Corpus Christi brings together information that can be useful to those who suffer from asthma and want to know the best practices to avoid the virus and protect their respiratory system. Here are four tips that you may find useful to stay safe and healthy during these trying times. Follow Your State And County Regulations…Read More

  3. How to Recognize an Allergic Reaction

    The holidays are officially upon us, and you probably have parties that you plan to attend, as well as maybe even host. Every good party has a variety of foods to choose from, and most people with allergies know what to avoid. Sometimes, however, a seemingly harmless dish could have one ingredient that tips the scale and causes an allergic reaction. Maybe you don’t suffer from allergies, but hav…Read More

  4. Recognizing Allergy Symptoms

    Many people suffer from allergies without even realizing the root cause of their misery. Allergy symptoms are persistent, unlike the common cold, and will not subside until the allergens that are triggering them are removed from the environment, or you begin a treatment plan to combat them. In this blog, we will look at some of the most common allergy symptoms to help you recognize them a little b…Read More

  5. Our Corpus Christi Allergy Clinic Can Help With Many Skin Issues

    You might think you can only see a dermatologist for your skin-related issues. While that's often the best choice for your skin, there are many skin issues that are allergy-related and can be treated by our Corpus Christi allergy clinic. Many people don't realize that their itchy, bumpy, red skin is the result of allergy issues that could be easily dealt with by making an appointment with our offi…Read More

  6. Is it a Cold or Is It Allergies?

    Many people who suffer from allergies think they are actually suffering from the symptoms of a cold. Unfortunately, this can lead them to treatments that don't actually work for their allergy symptoms. So how do you tell these two issues apart? Our Corpus Christi allergy clinic offers this guide to help you determine the problem: Common Symptoms for both colds and allergies include runny or stuffy…Read More