March 2018

Spring allergies are blooming

As spring approaches, so do the telltale signs of hay fever. Check out our Comparative Effectiveness chart to find out if butterbur really alleviates nasal symptoms in people battling hay fever, and if the hype about honey is warranted. Also learn why royal jelly isn’t the best option for kids during pollen season.

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