• New Allergy Treatment: Sublingual Immunotherapy

    Allergy season is in full swing.  Most of the tree allergy season is past, but now people who are allergic to grasses are starting to suffer. The options to treat allergies--for decades—have been the use of antihistamine medications and intranasal steroids/antihistamines to help reduce symptoms, as well as allergy shots (immunotherapy) which help your body stop reacting to allergens.

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  • Surviving Allergy Season

    While I know everyone looks forward to spring after a long winter, there are some people who are probably feeling a little bit of dread when it comes to their spring allergies, which will start just as soon as the weather warms up. So if you are prone to seasonal allergies, there are some things you can do to help reduce your suffering.

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