Allergy and Asthma

Year ‘Round Allergies

If you’re sneezing and coughing and your sinuses are acting up, believe it or not, it could be winter allergies, not a cold.

Even though cooler temperatures bring an end to seasonal pollen allergies, millions of people are living with winter allergies, especially here in the Sunshine State.

Ed Neuzil, Board Certified Nurse Practitioner at Allergy Sinus & Asthma Family Health Center explains why, for millions of people, there is no such thing as “seasonal allergies.”

Avoiding Shingles

As we look back on the stories of 2019, Beverly Ohnstad reminds us of a particular story about a very painful rash called Shingles. 

Hometown Health TV sat down with Ed Neuzil, Board Certified Advanced Practice Registered Nurse at Allergy Sinus & Asthma Family Health Center to find out what triggers shingles and how you can protect yourself from an outbreak.