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Back-to-School – Let's get Asthma and Allergy Ready?

Back-to-School – Let's get Asthma and Allergy Ready?

Starting the new school year can be a time of great enthusiasm… and anxiety. When kids with allergies leave the protection of their home environment, it’s important for you to take steps to help reduce the incidence of an allergic reaction. Here's how to prepare your child to go back to school safely.Keep the Routine at Home While Not-at-schoolStart preparing before the new school year begins. Make sure your child takes his asthma or allergy medications as prescribed. ...
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Sagebrush season is about to start! Are you prepared?

Sagebrush season is about to start! Are you prepared?

Summer fun is soon going to change to misery of Fall for millions of people who suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis (hayfever) and asthma. If you notice in the fall that you’re sneezing more, your eyes are tearing up and you’re overusing the Kleenex tissue, you’re not alone.
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Can local honey help pollen allergies?

Can local honey help pollen allergies?

As an allergist, I am often asked if local honey can be an all-natural remedy for seasonal allergies.  It is very difficult to break people’s myth that local honey will not desensitize them from the pollen causing their allergic symptoms. The basic principle, as understood by folks who believe in honey curing their allergic symptoms, is that honey from local bee hives contains pollen. Pollen is responsible for initiating the immune response causing allergic symptoms. People believe th...
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Fifty Shades Of Summer Air!!

Fifty Shades Of Summer Air!!

Allergens do not have boundaries – its difficult to separate a particular season as being the worst for allergies. The allergens extend even after the grass pollen go down by June end. There are several other reasons for allergy and asthma symptoms like outdoor molds.
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Common Southwest Idaho Allergy Triggers

Common Southwest Idaho Allergy Triggers

Southwest Idaho is located in the northern aspect of the Great Basin of North America. The Great Basin is an arid region consisting of grasslands and sagebrush, with trees such as cottonwood and willows in the river corridors and conifers in the mountains. With agriculture with extensive irrigation, the flora of this region has changed drastically over the last 100 years, introducing new trees, weeds, and crops that have significant allergic potential. Through pollen sampling during the spring (...
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Preparing for Spring Allergies

Preparing for Spring Allergies

Springtime is at the doorstep, and with it a host of new things that could trigger your allergies. Different pollens will become abundant, which can be a significant trigger for many people. How can you prepare? It’s going to be impossible to avoid pollens altogether, but there are many things that one can do to lessen the effects of springtime allergies.Know what you’re allergic to. It’s very easy to think that one thing is causing your allergy symptoms when really it is anoth...
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Early Allergy Season- Lets stay sneeze-free this year!

Early Allergy Season- Lets stay sneeze-free this year!

It’s soon going to be that time of the year where you would see pollen pollen everywhere in Treasure Valley. Trees in bloom, pollen in air, warm weather- Allergy season is already here. Some of you must be thinking of buying stocks in Kleenex- it’s that time of year that car wash companies make great money and hayfever patients are annoyed with runny noses, itchy eyes and headaches! If you greet the spring season every year with a runny nose, itchy eyes and cough instead of a happy h...
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Dealing With Winter Allergies

Dealing With Winter Allergies

Dr. Talreja explains in this video that while pollen and other outdoor allergy triggers may subside in winter, indoor allergies can run rampant. Dust mites, mold and more can lead to problems, and can also worsen asthma issues. Watch the video to learn how to better control winter allergies.
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Time to decorate Christmas tree: Do you have Christmas Tree Syndrome??

Time to decorate Christmas tree: Do you have Christmas Tree Syndrome??

Millions of families will soon begin putting up and decorating a Christmas tree. If you find yourself with a constant sneeze, a runny nose and watering eyes, it may be time for you to identify your Christmas tree as the possible allergen.
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Asthma and Allergies: Tips during the holiday season!

Asthma and Allergies: Tips during the holiday season!

The possibility of having an asthma or allergy attack for people with allergies and asthma or other respiratory diseases occurs all throughout the year. However, there are hidden triggers that may affect your health during holiday season.
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