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Should I Get Allergy Shots?

Should I Get Allergy Shots?

Allergy shots are a safe & effective treatment program designed to reduce allergic sensitivity to environmental substances. It involves giving injections of a small amount of the allergen, at regular intervals for a period of around 3 to 5 years to reduce or stop the allergy reactions.
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OIT Treatment For Tree Nut Allergies

OIT Treatment For Tree Nut Allergies

Increasing numbers of people have allergies to tree nuts and other foods. Every day, about 500 people in the United States visit an emergency room for a life-threatening reaction to some kind of food. For example, almost 1 in 6 people are allergic to peanuts. Since traces of peanuts are in many foods, it can be a problem to avoid them.
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Oral Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Egg Allergies

Oral Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Egg Allergies

Egg allergies most often affect young children. It is estimated that up to two percent of children are allergic to eggs. While that number may seem small, eggs are one of the most common food allergens affecting children.
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The Allergy Group Now Offers Food Allergy Oral Immunotherapy

The Allergy Group Now Offers Food Allergy Oral Immunotherapy

To alleviate food allergy symptoms, The Allergy Group is now offering Oral Immunotherapy for patients with food allergies to Milk, Wheat, Peanut and Tree Nuts.
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Tips To Keeping Your Child With Food Allergies Safe at School

Tips To Keeping Your Child With Food Allergies Safe at School

There's no way to prevent food allergies from manifesting themselves in children's bodies. However, they can be separated from problem foods. Implement these three tips into your child's school routine to help keep them safe from allergens.
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Oral Allergy Syndrome (Pollen-Food Cross-reactivity)

Oral Allergy Syndrome (Pollen-Food Cross-reactivity)

Do you have seasonal allergies? Do you get an itchy mouth or throat after eating raw fruits, vegetables and/or nuts? If so, you may be suffering from oral allergy syndrome.
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The New Peanut Allergy Recommendations | Peanut Allergy Treatments Boise

The New Peanut Allergy Recommendations | Peanut Allergy Treatments Boise

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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Babies & Food Allergies

Babies & Food Allergies

Introducing new foods into a baby's diet is something that should be closely monitored. Common food allergies for babies include peanuts, shellfish, honey, milk, soy, eggs, and wheat. Any questionable reactions to new foods should be immediately reported to a pediatrician, allergist, or even the police if severe enough.
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Trick-or-Treating with Food Allergies

Trick-or-Treating with Food Allergies

Halloween is quickly approaching, and children are looking forward to costumes and trick-or-treating. However, for families who have a child suffering from food allergies, it can be a stressful time. Some of the top eight allergens are hiding in many Halloween candies. Here are some tips to get through Halloween without a real scare.
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