Ragweed allergy season of 2015 is almost over and it is the time of year respiratory infections increase. Dr. Terry Levine says the best way to reduce infections is to be aware! Be careful about the surfaces you touch as you don’t know the health of the last person who touched the area. Be careful to keep your hands away from the mouth, nose and eyes. Sometimes “colds” can lead to sinus infections. A “cold” lasting more than 7 days without getting better can indicate sinus involvement. Please call the office if you think you might have a sinus infection. Make sure you get your flu shot!