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The holiday season is a wonderful time where we have decorations, food, family, and celebration! As we discussed with Halloween and Thanksgiving, if you have asthma or allergies, you may need to be cautious navigating new foods, environments, and surroundings. Consider these following triggers as you plan for the holidays: Holiday plants are a common […]
Asthma is a chronic condition that can present with difficulty breathing, tightness in the chest, coughing, wheezing, waking up at night with difficulty breathing, and having difficulty breathing with exercise or exertion. The key to asthma management is controlling these symptoms either by reducing triggers of asthma or using medications. Good control of asthma can […]
Fall Clean Up
The crisp air of Fall is here and that means football, shorter days, and cleaning up the yard in preparation for the winter! Typically, with the cooler weather, we would think that the allergens are less in the air outside. It is important to remember that mold spores are still present until the first frost […]
Halloween and Allergies
Halloween is one of the biggest "treat" holidays that exist in America. While people with food allergies may stay vigilant regularly, allergies can also find their way into foods we are not familiar with during the holiday season. For example, candy corn often contains egg whites or sesame oil, two of the common top 9 allergens. Mini […]
Penicillin Allergy- Should you be tested?
Penicillins are a common group of antibiotics that are used to treat bacterial infections. It is also one of the most commonly reported medication allergies. 10% of all patients in the United States report a penicillin allergy. Patients can be labeled for years with a penicillin allergy based on a childhood experience or family history. […]
Allergy Shots versus Allergy Drops
When it comes to treating allergies, there are many options to help you feel better. Different treatments will be recommended by your allergist based on your symptoms and severity. When one thinks of “allergy shots”, they are talking about SCIT or subcutaneous immunotherapy. This method includes getting shots in 2 phases to all the allergens that have been […]
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