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- Allergy Shots & Tablets (Immunotherapy)
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- Child Allergies
- Chronic Sinusitis
- Climate Change and Allergies
- Drug Allergies
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- Ear infections
- Egg Allergies
- Environmental Trigger Avoidance
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- Food Allergies
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- Hereditary Angioedema (HAE)
- Home Environment Control
- Insect Allergies
- Latex Allergies
- Meat Allergy
- Milk Allergies
- Nasal Symptoms
- Peanut Allergies
- Peanut Allergies
- Pet Allergies
- Seasonal Allergies
- Severe Reactions, Anaphylaxis & Epinephrine
- Shellfish Allergies
- Skin Allergies
- Skin Symptoms (Itching, Hives, Etc)
- Go to What is the difference between a food allergy and food sensitivity?
What is the difference between a food allergy and food sensitivity?
There's a lot of overlap in symptoms between a food allergy and a food sensitivity; one is a potentially dangerous reaction, the other is not.
- Go to What are the symptom differences between the cold, flu and allergies?
What are the symptom differences between the cold, flu and allergies?
Allergies tend to have sneezing, and allergies usually do not have a fever. So if you have a fever, it's probably cold or flu.
- Go to What’s the difference between skin testing and blood tests for allergies?
What’s the difference between skin testing and blood tests for allergies?
When people are trying to figure out what's causing asthma, allergies, or food problems, we use skin testing and blood testing options.
- Go to Is it safe to get a flu vaccine if I have an egg allergy?
Is it safe to get a flu vaccine if I have an egg allergy?
The actual egg content in the flu vaccine is minimal to zero and we should not be concerned about that any more.
- Go to How do I know if what I read online about allergies is true?
How do I know if what I read online about allergies is true?
Before you make decisions regarding your own health, please talk to your personal doctor and see if that information applies to you.
- Go to Diagnosing and treating pediatric Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)
Diagnosing and treating pediatric Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)
Eosinophilic esophagitis, otherwise known as EoE, is a disease of the esophagus where you get inflammation that leads to what feels like either food sticking o…
- Go to Should I use a home testing kit to diagnose a food allergy?
Should I use a home testing kit to diagnose a food allergy?
The challenge with home testing kits is that a lot of them aren't actually testing the proper antibody that we're looking for in an allergy.
- Go to You Can’t Exercise if You Have Asthma – And Other Myths You Should Know
You Can’t Exercise if You Have Asthma – And Other Myths You Should Know
Asthma is a serious condition that affects more than 26 million Americans – more than 8 percent of the population.
- Go to Social and Emotional Impacts of Allergic Disease
Social and Emotional Impacts of Allergic Disease
If managing the social and emotional impacts of your atopic condition feels stressful and overwhelming, know that you’re not alone.
- Go to I’m allergic to pollen: How do I keep pollen out of my house?
I’m allergic to pollen: How do I keep pollen out of my house?
Keep the windows of your house closed. Opening the windows of your house for a few hours is not like taking a walk in the park.
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Why should I see an allergist for my asthma?
For many of our patients, allergens are an important trigger for their asthma. Asthma is one of the allergic diseases.