Allergy - Blog | The Allergy Group
X
Archive by category: AllergyReturn
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.
Read More
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.
Read More
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.
Read More
Keeping Your Allergy Kids Safe At School

Keeping Your Allergy Kids Safe At School

No school board, administrator or staff member can guarantee that their site is 100 percent safe for kids who have serious allergies. That said, you can take certain steps to reduce the risk to your kids.
Read More
The rising prices of Epipen- Resources to help.

The rising prices of Epipen- Resources to help.

For the millions of Americans at risk for life threatening anaphylaxis, epinephrine autoinjector is a lifeline. It is the only drug that can reverse this allergic reaction.
Read More
Your Fall Allergies Don't Have To Keep You Inside

Your Fall Allergies Don't Have To Keep You Inside

During the fall season, Idaho becomes one of the most scenic places in the country. A lot of people look forward to the beautiful weather. However, the pollen can cause your allergy symptoms to run wild. No one looks forward to being stuck inside the house. Here are three of the top tips for allergy sufferers to keep in mind.
Read More
Is running outside risky in smoky air?

Is running outside risky in smoky air?

With the recent fire outbreaks in Boise and the season for forest fires approaching, one wonders, if it’s risky to do outdoor exercises. Smoke from fires is primarily composed of fine particle pollution from burning trees and other plants.
Read More
ORAL ALLERGY SYNDROME (OAS)

ORAL ALLERGY SYNDROME (OAS)

If you suffer from seasonal allergies, your mouth or throat may become itchy after eating certain raw fruits, vegetables or other plant-based foods. This reaction occurs because the proteins found in these plant-based foods are very similar to those found in pollen. This confuses the immune system and can cause a cross-reaction resulting in oral allergy syndrome. This is a form of contact allergic reaction causing itchiness or swelling of the mouth, face, lip, tongue and throat usually immediate...
Read More
Sinus Problems: Antibiotics Useful or Harmful?

Sinus Problems: Antibiotics Useful or Harmful?

In this article, discover what’s the truth Data about Antibiotics and Sinus infections Is Sinus Infection Viral or Bacterial? What is the Appropriate use of Antibiotics?Data about Antibiotics and Sinus infectionsPatients with painful sinus problems often plead with me to give them an antibiotic for sinus pressure. About 90% of adults seen in the U.S. by a primary care provider do end up getting an antibiotic for acute sinusitis. Acute sinusitis is a sinus infection that last...
Read More
Facial flushing may not be food allergy in infants

Facial flushing may not be food allergy in infants

Auriculotemporal syndrome (Frey's syndrome, gustatory flushing syndrome) results in facial flushing and sweating after eating. It is commonly mistaken for food allergy. It is a benign harmless condition mainly affecting young infants and children.
Read More
Page 5 of 9 First 34[5]67 Last

Blog Search

Request An Appointment

  • *
  • *
  • *
  • *
  • *
  • *
  • *