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Compassion Is In Fashion

A friend of mine is a food blogger, and he recently shared a story that really made me angry. Some employees at a fast food restaurant were bragging about playing a trick on girls that they felt were too skinny to be ordering a Diet Coke. Instead, they would serve a regular Coke and then […]

Comedy and Pink Eye Don’t Mix

If there is one thing I’ve learned, it’s that if you want to clear a room, get pink eye. I know what you’re thinking, “Pfft. Pink eye is for kids.” Well, I am here to tell you that conjunctivitis knows no age, friends. Here’s my story. It was a mild spring, and I was excited, […]

Fear Is A Bully

According to most of my friends, I am an extremely rational person. Sure, I have a daydream here or there, but for the most part, I live my life grounded in reality. But when the sun sets, and night’s mysteries come out to play, my level headedness often flies out the window. Take last night. […]

Cat’s Out Of The Bag

I am a product of divorce. Of course, most of my Gen X-er friends are as well. Divorce to my generation is as common as a selfie to Millennials. One thing that I do realize now; however, is that my parents’ generation had families 10-15 years earlier than most of my friends. Some may argue […]

Food Breakups

For the most part, I’m a lucky gal. Sure, when the season arises, I get the sniffles, but as far as food is concerned, I have no allergies. And as far as I’m concerned, food allergies are the worst. During my tenure as a junior high school teacher, I witnessed a child have a terrifying […]

Anything Goes

Have you noticed that more people are sneezing and itching these days? It’s to be expected. The weather is warmer, flowers are blooming, and pets are shedding. Stuff gets into our nose and eyes, so of course our body will react. Unfortunately, some people are allergic to things that you and I take for granted. […]

Thanks for the Allergies!

It’s no mystery that we inherit certain traits from our parents: eye color, hair texture, low self esteem… This Russian roulette of dominant or recessive genes may work for us or against us, so it’s just the luck of the draw. What do you do if Mom and/or Dad passes down the ole allergy gene? […]

Allergic to Comedy

I have a confession to make. I’m a comedian. I know what you’re thinking. “Your life must be so glamorous.” Well, it isn’t. Sure, you get to hang out with funny people, and some of them are super smart. Some are not, but I digress. But hanging out at nightclubs at 1:00 am on a […]

The Allergy Zoo

In the movie industry, they say to never work with kids and animals. But in the petting zoo industry, it is imperative that both be present. And let’s face it, little ones pounding on a goat’s head in a corral filled with urine and hay is adorable. What’s not so cute: allergens, dirt, and dander. […]

Slow Roll Into Summer

When I was a junior high English teacher, I remember May being the longest, most stressful, miserable month on the school calendar. May was my month to truly commit to my yoga practice, like, FOR REAL. It was either breathing exercises, or flipping my desk in a room filled with 13-year-olds. I know May can […]

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At Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists, we believe allergy sufferers have suffered enough— so we found a better way.

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Asensa Drops are brought to you by the physicians of Texas Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists.