• IT’S NOVEMBER! WHY AM I SUFFERING FROM ALLERGIES?

    IT’S NOVEMBER! WHY AM I SUFFERING FROM ALLERGIES?

    Ragweed allergy season is over. Grass pollen allergy season is over. Why do I feel like I have allergies?  The answer may be found in the piles of leaves around your home – specifically in the mold spores growing within them. If you are sensitive to mold allergens, be aware that mold grows anywhere there

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  • IS YOUR KID ALLERGIC TO SCHOOL?

    IS YOUR KID ALLERGIC TO SCHOOL?

    It’s mid-September and everyone’s back to school, settling in to the routine of a new school year. If you haven’t already heard it, you may soon hear “Mom! I think I’m allergic to school!” And while your first reaction might be to laugh, there may actually be some truth in that statement. Ragweed season is

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  • BACK TO SCHOOL WITH ALLERGIES AND ASTHMA

    BACK TO SCHOOL WITH ALLERGIES AND ASTHMA

    Summer’s winding down and school is just around the corner. With all the excitement of new teachers, new classes maybe even a new school, don’t forget to check off the following items that may pertain to your allergic or asthmatic child: Prepare an Anaphylaxis Action Plan – and make sure your Epipen hasn’t expired! Have

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  • NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION AWARENESS MONTH

    NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION AWARENESS MONTH

    August is National Immunization Awareness Month, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). You have the power to protect yourself and your children from serious and potentially life-threatening illnesses such as pneumonia, shingles, and the flu. Vaccines provide immunity to severe diseases before children are exposed to them. Parents can safeguard their young children

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