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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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Is early introduction of peanut advisable? Learn what LEAP study has to say!

Is early introduction of peanut advisable? Learn what LEAP study has to say!

Early introduction of peanuts have long been a debate. Nevertheless, in the United States, the prevalence of peanut allergy has become four times rising from 0.4% in 1997 to more than 2% in 2010. Various theories on correct timing of peanut introduction to a infant's diet have emerged over the last decade. In 2000, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the biggest organization of pediatricians in United States, recommended that introduction of peanuts should be avoided till 3 years of ag...
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"Under-the-Tongue" Allergy Drops or Tablets - The Truth Unfolded!

"Under-the-Tongue" Allergy Drops or Tablets - The Truth Unfolded!

The truth about Sublingual ImmunotherapyTime and again, I am asked by my patients if sublingual or under-the tongue” allergy drops” are an option for their allergy and asthma treatment. Allergen immunotherapy has been a long term relief option for patients who have severe symptoms, when medications fail OR when patients do not like dependence on medications and are looking for a “natural” cure. There are several ways to administer immunotherapy. Subcutaneous allergen immu...
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Cold Air and Asthma

Cold Air and Asthma

Cold, dry air can bring on an asthmatic episode. When combined with exercise, the two become a “double whammy”.
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