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Parosmia

Parosmia What is Parosmia? Parosmia is a condition where the normal perception of smells has changed. For many people affected by it, pleasant smells can become unpleasant and even overwhelming.¹ Parosmia has been shown to be one possible symptom from Covid-19. Many...

NOSA plugs launching in Canada

McArthur Medical Sales Inc. Announces Partnership with NoseOption for NOSA Plugs. NOSA Plugs launching in Canada – the first discreet odour protection for healthcare professionals. Rockton — November 24 Today, McArthur Medical Sales Inc. announced a new partnership...

THE NOSE – THE ENTRY POINT FOR COVID-19?

Researchers have found that there are two types of cells inside the nose that are the likely entry point for the COVID-19 virus. These cells work as “viral entry receptors” and are highly accessible to the coronavirus because of the location in the nose. (Sungnak et...

High pollen levels can affect non allergists

Are you feeling tired, having itchy eyes or a runny nose for the first time during pollen season? This does not have to mean you’re allergic. Even if you don’t have birch allergies, you could be feeling the high pollen levels! Scientist states that every second year...

Cross-allergies are common with birch allergies

Did you know that half of all the people allergic to birch pollen have cross-allergies? Cross-allergies are common with birch allergies, in fact, birch has shown to be the pollen who is most common to create them. You can recognize the cross-allergies with symptoms...