Blog Posts in October, 2015

Athletic Asthma: the role of the Allergist/Asthma Specialist

I just had a patient come in to my office who is an avid biker. She can ride 100 miles in a day- that’s about 90 more than I can do. She is in terrific shape, but she is keenly aware that into ...
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Ouch! I Just Got my Flu Shot.... But Here's 5 Reasons I'm Glad I Did:

In my New York City office, I’ve noticed several patients are developing upper respiratory infections – nothing severe, as this is common in October and November with the change in ...
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Peanut Allergy: Exciting Breakthroughs in Diagnostic Testing and Treatment!

During my last 20 years as an allergist, the only advice I could offer to patients with a history of peanut allergies was to avoid peanuts and peanut products. Now, some new research has come out that ...
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Frog Allergy: Leapin' Lizards, My First Case in 25 Years!

After 25 years of practicing allergy, I have diagnosed and treated patients with allergies from many creatures that roam our beautiful earth. I have: Successfully treated hundreds of children and ...
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Allergy Eye Symptoms: Not a Sight for Sore Eyes

The spring allergy season is in full force. The tree pollen counts last week were in the 3,000 range (low counts are under 50). The pollen has a devastating effect on the eyes. A new patient of mine, ...
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My Martha Stewart Experience: Dust Mites, Special Treats for Food Allergy Sufferers and Joan Rivers

Dr Mitchell on Martha Stewart—click here to view the video Two weeks ago I was in a whirlwind of activity. My office was moving to its new location on 57 West 57th street and I was contacted by ...
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A Successful Treatment for Peanut Allergy: Sublingual Allergy Drops Work!

There may be a brighter future for peanut allergy sufferers I received my allergy medical journal a little late this month, but it has a special surprise: a great article showing that sublingual ...
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The Truth About Hypoallergenic Cats and Dogs

I just reviewed an interesting article in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology entitled Do hypoallergenic cats and dogs exist? I hear this question frequently in my New York allergy ...
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What's the Right Flu Shot for You?

It’s that time of year again. Your co-worker doesn’t look so good. He’s sporting a runny nose, and in between sneezing fits he turns and says, “Does it feel really hot in the ...
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