Fall allergies

You don’t have to be famous to be hampered by allergies

Actor Peter Scolari has discovered what many around these parts already know: breathing well is often difficult.

Scolari, who starred on TV’s “Girls,’’ “Newhart,” and “Bosom Buddies” was cast for a leading role on stage in “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” July 5-11 at the Muny in St. Louis.

But the Muny, being an outdoor theater in Forest Park, caused problems for Scolari. While practicing for his role, he developed a sinus infection and allergies, forcing him to opt out of his scheduled performances, stltoday.com reported.

Signature Medical Group is well aware you don’t have to be a famous actor to sneeze, wheeze and cough. You can trust our knowledgeable allergists and immunologists to treat a variety of symptoms, and not just in breathing disorders. We also help control various skin conditions.

Whether you’re an adult or child, Signature specialists offer the latest treatments to help you feel better. Make an appointment today and start to breathe easier.