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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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ALCAT and IgG testing for food allergy, intolerance and other disorders: The Reality!!

ALCAT and IgG testing for food allergy, intolerance and other disorders: The Reality!!

As an allergy practice in the valley, we are always asked about the reliability and appropriateness of the ALCAT and IgG food allergy tests. Infact, we see at least, one patient a week bringing this detailed food testing to our office and wondering if they should be practicing this diet of “mild”, “moderate”, “severe” or better yet, “red”, “yellow”, “green” diets. Most recently, I saw a frustrated father who has put his chil...
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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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Suffering from Mold Allergy Symptoms?

Suffering from Mold Allergy Symptoms?

Mold allergies exist year-round and the symptoms are similar to seasonal allergies. Hence, the people struggling with year-round allergy symptoms will be amazed to learn that the origin of their problems could be inside their house. Allergy symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, runny nose and itchy, watery eyes, and asthma symptoms, like wheezing and tightness of chest, that extend beyond the traditional spring and fall allergy seasons might indicate that the sourc e is mold. Mold is a fungus tha...
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