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    Children and Allergies – Everything You Need to Know

    What does Johnson’s baby shampoo and Dr. Mitchell’s allergy drop treatment have in common? No more tears! Most parents have seen the commercial for Johnson’s baby shampoo – the one that prides itself on not causing their children to scream and go into tears as the shampoo inevitably gets into their eyes. Unfortunately, not enough […]

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    Why Benadryl Doesn’t Work for Angioedema | How to Reduce Angiodema Swelling

    This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. [blog updated April 2019] Benadryl is the most widely used antihistamine for treating allergic reactions. It does have a long record of safety and it has a rapid onset of action. But, is it the proper treatment […]

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    Is Benadryl Good for Allergic Reactions?

    This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. [blog updated April 2019] Is Benadryl the best option for treating allergic reactions? Dr. Dean Mitchell, Board Certified Allergist in NYC, discusses why Benadryl is not the best antihistamine for allergic reactions. For so many years people […]

  • Dr. Mitchell Featured on News 12 Long Island | Pollen Seasons Over Double Allergy Hit

    There’s going to be a whole lot of sneezing this spring! Allergy season has officially begun and it is the perfect storm for allergy sufferers. Dr. Mitchell was recently featured on News 12 Long Island to discuss why the allergy season is so bad this year and how you can relieve your allergy symptoms. This […]

  • Allergy Drops vs. Allergy Shots: Which Would You Prefer?

    There is exciting news for those of you who suffer from pollen allergies (specifically grass pollen allergies). You can now safely choose between three proven pollen allergy treatment options: sublingual grass pollen tablets, sublingual grass pollen drops or subcutaneous grass pollen injections. The current Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice (March 2015) published a […]