Finding out what you are allergic to is an important first step to effective allergy treatment.
Asthma symptoms affect an estimated 21.9 million Americans and are one of the leading causes of work and school absences.
Immunotherapy is a preventive treatment for allergic reactions to substances such as grass pollens, house dust mites and bee venom.
Allergic eczema (atopic dermatitis) and hives (urticaria) are two of the most common skin rashes. Eczema affects 10 percent to 20 percent of children and 1 percent to 3 percent of adults.
Food allergy symptoms occur most often in babies and children but can appear at any age. Foods that you have eaten for years without problems can cause allergies.
Skin testing can determine allergies to pet dander, dust and dust mites, insects, foods, mold and mildew, and grass, tree, or weed pollens. Skin tests are done by placing little drops of each suspected allergen on your back then lightly…More
The bad news is: Asthma can’t be cured. The good news is: People can live with Asthma by using medications strategically. All too often, Asthma isn’t properly diagnosed. Unfortunately, there are “masqueraders” of this condition like gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD),…More
Immunotherapy is a preventive treatment for allergic reactions to substances such as grass pollens, house dust mites and bee venom. Immunotherapy involves giving gradually increasing doses of the substance, or allergen, to which the person is allergic. The incremental increases…More