Blog Posts in May, 2015

Genes, Infections and Drug Allergies

I read an exciting article in USA Today (October 25th) about Genes and Medicine. The article, “Genes are Part of the Puzzle”, shows how medical research is moving to personalize medicine ...
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Chronobiology and Allergies: Timing is Everything!

The field of chronobiology, the science of body timing, is not only fascinating but also has some very practical applications for allergy sufferers. Our bodies produce thousands of chemicals and ...
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Latex Allergy: A Potentially Dangerous Allergen

Latex allergy is an allergy the medical world has been aware of for many years. Latex is a natural rubber and latex products are primarily made from the rubber tree Hevea brasiliensis. Latex is ...
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New Study Shows Sublingual Allergy Immunotherapy Works in Children

Recent Studies The studies keep pouring in: at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology meeting in Phoenix, researchers presented data showing that sublingual allergy tablets to grass ...
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Suzanne Somers' New Book: Tox-Sick Discusses the Importance of Candida Control

I admit I am a fan of Suzanne Somers, because of her health advocacy for alternative medicine. She took up the cause for providing women with safe options for bio-identical hormones. Why did she do ...
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The Worst Allergy Season Ever! Don't Worry, My Tips Will Keep You Protected

The Worst Allergy Season Ever seems to be the headline every spring. It alarms those that typically suffer with pollen allergies, and it worries others who think it’s contagious. The real secret ...
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Cold Urticaria And Cold Allergy: Not A Joke!

I’ve often joked around with my patients during this brutally cold northeast winter that “ I’m allergic to the cold! ” The dark, cold winter days are tough can be hard to get ...
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Women Olympians Diagnosed with Asthma...Who Later Found Out They Didn't Have Asthma

An Olympic athlete needs all the oxygen they can get to perform at their peak. It’s very exciting with the Olympics just a few weeks away to watch these incredible athletes, who have devoted ...
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The Dangers of Over-the-Counter Allergy Products

The allergy season is now definitely in full-bloom—despite the cool weather. The tree pollen counts are soaring and I’m getting calls from new patients who are feeling the typical allergic ...
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