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Tips on How to Enjoy Your Spring, Despite Your Allergies

Tips on How to Enjoy Your Spring, Despite Your Allergies

For most Americans, Spring means allergy season is beginning. This can bring all kinds of woes to those who enjoy the outdoors including sneezing, itchy eyes, & runny noses. It's vital to ensure you're prepared when allergy season hits, so take a look at a few pointers from our Allergists.
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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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Safe And Effective Treatment For Summer Allergies

Safe And Effective Treatment For Summer Allergies

Seasonal allergies aren't confined to only the spring and fall months. For people who suffer from summer allergies, spending time outdoors isn't fun in the Sun.
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Need Relief from Allergies? An Allergist can Help

Need Relief from Allergies? An Allergist can Help

SLIT is the treatment of allergies by using drops containing allergens that are custom prepared and given to a patient under their tongue. This sends a signal to the immune system to begin building a tolerance to the 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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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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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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CONTROLLING HAY FEVER SYMPTOMS WITH ACCURATE POLLEN COUNTS

CONTROLLING HAY FEVER SYMPTOMS WITH ACCURATE POLLEN COUNTS

Hay fever (seasonal allergy) is caused by pollen carried in the air during different times of the year in different parts of the world. If you are allergic to pollen, this allergen triggers symptoms such as sneezing, stuffiness, a runny nose and itchiness in your nose, the roof of your mouth, throat, eyes or ears. It could also trigger an asthma attack in allergic and asthmatic patients.To control hay fever symptoms, it is important to monitor pollen counts.Knowing the pollen count will help you...
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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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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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