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Posted On: April 18, 2018


Allergic to Makeup, Metals or Other Chemicals? Patch Testing May Be For You

Contact allergy is a delayed reaction that can causes rashes. Reactions can range in severity from mild redness to blistering of the skin. There are two types of contact dermatitis: […]

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Posted On: April 5, 2018


A New Study Suggests that Early Antibiotic and Antacid Use in Infants is Associated with Increased Development of Allergy

A study published in this month’s JAMA Pediatrics suggest that there is an association between use of acid suppressive medications and antibiotics early in infancy and the development of allergy. […]

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Posted On: March 29, 2018


Do You have Hay Fever and Your Mouth Itches with Eating Raw Fruits and Vegetables?

You May have Oral Allergy Syndrome.A common phenomenon that people with seasonal allergies may experience is itching of the mouth when eating raw fruits and vegetables. This reaction is called […]

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Posted On: March 15, 2018


Positive Results for Phase 3 Trial of Oral Immunotherapy for Patients with Peanut Allergy

Aimmune Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that is investigating oral immunotherapy as a treatment for food allergy. Currently there is no F.D.A approved treatment for food allergy. Options for patient […]

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Posted On: March 9, 2018


There is a new non-steroid treatment for moderate to severe eczema

Eczema,or atopic dermatitis, is a chronic and inflammatory skin condition that usually begins during childhood. It can be associated with skin infections as well as other allergic disorders such as […]

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Posted On: February 28, 2018


A Once a Month Treatment for Chronic Idiopathic Hives is Available for Patients Whose Hives Are Uncontrolled with Antihistamines

Hives, also called urticaria, are itchy raised bumps on the skin that can be severely debilitating. When it lasts more than 6 weeks, it is considered chronic. Blood work is […]

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Posted On: February 12, 2018


Treatment is Available for Patients with Asthma, Sinus Disease with Nasal Polyps, and Aspirin Sensitivity

There is a well-known medical condition that is characterized by asthma, sinus disease with recurrent nasal polyps, and sensitivity to aspirin or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen. […]

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Posted On: February 2, 2018


Are you a busy professional with seasonal allergies but no time to get frequent allergy shots? Rush immunotherapy may be for you!

This is a continuation of the discussion about allergen immunotherapy (AIT) or “allergy shots” from last week. If you haven’t read the first blog, please look back at that blog […]

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Posted On: January 27, 2018

Allergen Immunotherapy or “allergy shots”

Allergen Immunotherapy or “allergy shots” is a proven and effective treatment for various allergic conditions.

Allergen Immunotherapy (AIT) or “allergy shots” is a well-studied and effective treatment for allergic conditions including seasonal allergies. In 1911, researchers published the first scientific article in the prominent British […]

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Posted On: January 20, 2018


Concerned about a Penicillin Allergy?

Most Patients Who Report a Penicillin Allergy are Actually not Allergic when Tested. As many as 10 percent of the general population reports a penicillin allergy. Studies show that when […]

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