Blog Posts in September, 2015

Hives: The Allergist's role in helping patients

This summer I have been seeing a number of cases of hives, or urticaria (medical term). In some cases it is just annoying, but at other times it can be incapacitating. Hives can appear anywhere on the ...
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Bee or Wasp Stings: A NYC Allergist Tells you When to Seek Help

The summer is the best time in New York to be outside playing sports: softball, tennis, biking or even going on walks in the park. It’s even great for outdoor picnics if you can find a shady ...
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Bio Identical Hormones and Cancer- Part 2

The first question most patients as is: Do bio identical hormones cause cancer? The answer is no. But many doctors and patients simply do not understand the difference between bio identical and ...
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Chronic Rashes Need Allergy Detective Work

In my 20 year career as an NYC allergist, I am used to seeing difficult and frustrating rashes that drive patients to tears. Usually, my dermatology colleagues have seen these patients first and ...
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Forbidden Fruit in the Spring Allergy Season

I saw several youngsters this past week in my office, ages 5 to 13, really getting pounded with allergies. One boy’s face was swollen and his eyes were red and tearing. Another girl ...
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Spaghetti Squash Recipe - Gluten-Free & Vegan

Spaghetti squash is a melon-shaped winter squash which is named for its flesh, which separates into spaghetti-like strands when pulled out with a fork after being cooked. So if you’ve been ...
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Allergy Alert for Hampton Goers: Watch out for Red Meat Allergy (hint: it's not in the meat)

The old saying:” There is nothing new under the sun…” Well, in medicine new developments happen right under our noses every day. Since 2007, allergy researchers at the University of ...
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Sunscreen Allergy and New FDA Labeling

A lot of attention has been focused over the past week on the new guidelines of sunscreen labeling. Current SPF ratings for sunscreens only reflect the protection against UVB light, which determines ...
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Do Antibiotics Cause Asthma in Children? What Parents Need to Know

Do antibiotics make allergy symptoms worse? Antibiotics and Asthma There is a growing body of literature supporting the concept that the overuse of antibiotics among children is related to the ...
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Winter Sinus Pain: Do's and Don'ts for Sinus Relief!

Winter Sinus Pain: Do’s and Don’ts for Sinus Relief! It’s hard not to see a million television ads for sinus, cold and flu relief on a daily basis. The winter seems to be a time when ...
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Dangerous Sinus Infections you Need to Know About

The past month I have diagnosed two patients with sinus infections due to Methicillin-resistent Staphylococcus Aureus. The medical lingo for these type of infections is MRSA (pronounced Mur-cer). In ...
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