Monthly Archives: October 2018

Should You Get the New Shingles Vaccine?

Shingles or Herpes Zoster is a condition that causes pain and a blistering rash over specific parts of the body. It occurs in people who have had “chicken pox” in the past. When a person recovers from “chicken pox” the virus can remain dormant in the body. If the virus reactivates it can cause Shingles. […]

Do you Wheeze more in the Spring and Fall?

Most of us look forward to spring after hibernating indoors all winter. We enjoy getting out and walking about, enjoying the blooming flowers and budding trees. But if you have asthma or allergies (or both), spring pollen season can take a toll on your lungs. The same goes for ragweed in the fall. Seasonal pollens […]