Pollen Count

05/17/2024

Tree

Moderate

Grass

High

Ragweed

Absent

Total Weed

Absent

Mold

High
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Early Spring Allergies: ABC Feb 26th, 2024

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Early Allergy Season: NBC Feb 27th, 2024

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Children can outgrow food allergies. WBBM Healthy Minute Podcast Dr. Gobin January, 22nd, 2024

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Xolair and Food Allergies

Dr. Gobin and Dr. Shah had the opportunity to go to an allergy conference this past weekend and some exciting news was shared! Xolair, a medicine that we have been using for asthma, hives, and nasal polyps for many years, is now FDA approved for food allergies. In a double blinded randomized controlled trial, patients […]

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Allergy in Kids

Ever wonder if your child is allergic? This past weekend, an intrigued second grader was asking me about my son's allergies. I told him that he was allergic to all nuts and sesame. He was curious about our medication bag and I opened it up to show him that we carry our 2 Auvi Qs […]

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Fall Allergies

Fall is finally here! While it may not feel like it right in the beginning, our transition into cooler weather is upon us. Fall is a beautiful time in the Midwest. From apple picking and pumpkin farms to the changing colors and Halloween fun, there are endless activities to engage in.  Mold: As the crisp […]

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Staying Healthy This Fall: Essential Vaccinations for 2023

As the fall season of 2023 approaches, it's essential to prioritize our health and well-being. Vaccinations play a crucial role in preventing the spread of diseases and protecting ourselves and our communities. In this blog post, we will highlight the key vaccinations recommended for the fall season of 2023. By staying up-to-date with these essential […]

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What is Ragweed

Pollen are microscopic particles that are released from plants. Pollen is very light and can travel hundreds of miles. 15% of Americans have an allergy to Ragweed. Ragweed received it's common name from the ragged appearance of the plant. Ragweed season starts mid August and continues until the end of September. Ragweed grows all over […]

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Sunscreens

With all the sunscreen options available and recent recalls, it becomes difficult knowing what to choose. Additionally, if you have eczema, many of them can flare your skin making the decision even more difficult! Here we break down the types available and our recommendations based off patient experience and preference. Basics: Types of sunscreen: Bottom […]

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How wildfires and pollen surges are causing health issue. Fox 32 June 8th, 2023

Check out the interview about the particulate matter and pollen and how to stay healthy and safe! https://www.fox32chicago.com/video/1231963

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