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What does it mean to be a Certified Pollen Counter?

What does it mean to be a Certified Pollen Counter?

The NAB provides the most accurate and reliable pollen and mold counts throughout the United States and is utilized by scientists, researchers and physicians to advance their knowledge of our environmental allergens.
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Are You Prepared For Treasure Valley's 2017 Spring Allergies?

Are You Prepared For Treasure Valley's 2017 Spring Allergies?

Springtime is here, Treasure Valley! While there are many wonderful things to enjoy about this season, Boise allergies are at their worst during these months. Making sure that you are prepared for your spring allergies will help you to fully enjoy all of your favorite spring activities.
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Tips on Avoiding your Allergens

Tips on Avoiding your Allergens

Always remember the best way to control your allergy symptoms is to avoid the things that trigger it.
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Spring is around the corner!

Spring is around the corner!

We are working very hard to provide you with the best pollen count in town! This will begin March 13th, 2017.
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Using SLIT for Your Allergies

Using SLIT for Your Allergies

SLIT is an acronym for Sublingual Immunotherapy. Patients suffering from allergies take liquid drops containing a small amount of antigen extracts that would normally cause an allergic reaction.
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Cold Weather Asthma

Cold Weather Asthma

People are surprised to learn that cold weather is among the many things that can trigger an asthma attack. Cold air causes the air passages in the lungs to narrow, and this makes breathing difficult. Exercising in cold air can make symptoms even worse. Indeed, cold air is so bad for people with asthma that medical experts believe that cold air can cause asthma in the first place.
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The New Peanut Allergy Recommendations

The New Peanut Allergy Recommendations

Triggered by growing concerns regarding the numbers of children with peanut allergies, as many as two percent, which by some accounts reflects a four-fold increase since the late 1990s, the National Institutes of Health sponsored a study on ways that parents can reduce the risk to their children. The results may be surprising.
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Navigating The Holidays With Allergies

Navigating The Holidays With Allergies

When you or your children have food allergies, the festivities of the holidays can seem more stressful than celebratory. But with some simple preparation, you can avoid unwanted health issues and still enjoy get-togethers with your family and friends this winter.
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Acetaminophen use and Asthma: Are they associated?

Acetaminophen use and Asthma: Are they associated?

Acetaminophen is the drug of choice for fever in young children. 2000, however, concern was raised about the safety of acetaminophen that suggested that frequent use of acetaminophen among adults was associated with asthma, and among those who already had asthma, with more severe disease.
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"Woah, Your cough sounds bad! You should see a doctor.”

"Woah, Your cough sounds bad! You should see a doctor.”

Some estimates suggest, as much as 12% of the general population report chronic coughing, defined as a cough lasting for more than 8 weeks. Chronic cough is more common among women than among men, most commonly occurs in the fifth and sixth decades of life, and can persist for years, with substantial physical, social, and psychological effects. 
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