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Signs Your Child May Have Asthma

By Matthew M. Dugan, MD | Pediatrics In childhood asthma, the lungs and airways become easily inflamed when exposed to certain triggers. Inflammation leads to swelling and production of mucus. Triggers vary from child to child but generally include: Viral infections such as the common cold Exposure to air pollutants, such as tobacco smoke Allergies to […]

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Don’t Let Food Allergies Drive You Nuts!

By Paula Brown, MD FACAAI | Allergy/Immunology & Internal Medicine Manage your child’s nut allergies with these tips

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Lyme Season Is Here

By John T. Rafalli, MD FACP | Infectious Disease Diagnosis and management of tickborne diseases can be very complex and anxiety provoking. Unlike other problems patients have to solve, the internet search results may yield overwhelming amounts of conflicting information.  Further, doctors may not even agree with one another on diagnosis and management of the same […]

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Treat & Prevent Seasonal Allergies

By John D. Scinto, MD FAAAI FACAAI | Allergy/Immunology Spring, with its showy display of flowering buds and blooming trees, is the favorite season for many people, unless you are among the 58 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies. Most seasonal allergies begin in the spring, when tree and grass pollens circulate in the air […]

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Trick or Treat: How to Manage Peanut Allergies this Halloween

By David J. Resnick, MD FAAAAI | Allergy/Immunology For many kids, going out to trick-or-treat is the most exciting part of Halloween. But for an increasing number of parents, having children with peanut allergies can make the prospect of encountering even the occasional Snickers bar or Reese’s Cup quite stressful. Whether you already know that your […]

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There Is New Hope For Patients With Chronic Hives

By David J. Resnick, MD FAAAI | Allergy/Immunology  What are hives or urticaria? Hives is a condition that affects an estimated 20 percent of the population at one time or another in their lives. Hives is a rash that causes itching, followed by swollen and red welts. The itching may be mild or severe. The medical […]

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Food Allergies: Can They Be Outgrown?

By David J. Resnick, MD FAAAAI | Allergy & Immunology Food allergies have become more prevalent over the past 15 years. Previously, only 3% of children and 1% of adults were thought to have food allergies. However, new information indicates that 6-8% of children and 3% of adults now have food allergies. Food allergies can […]

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Seasonal Allergy Causes, Prevention and Treatment

By John D. Scinto, MD FAAAAI FACAAI | Allergy/Immunology  Spring, with its showy display of flowering buds and blooming trees, is the favorite season for many people, unless you are among the 58 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies. Most seasonal allergies begin in the spring, when tree and grass pollens circulate in the […]

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There is new hope for patients with chronic hives.

By David J. Resnick, MD FAAAAI | Allergy/Immunology What are hives or urticaria? Hives is a condition that affects an estimated 20 percent of the population at one time or another in their lives. Hives is a rash that causes itching, followed by swollen and red welts. The itching may be mild or severe. The […]

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