Symptoms and Conditions: Allergies

Can kids outgrow a peanut allergy?

By: Dr. Patricia Abboud There is a lot of focus on peanut allergies for children (and rightfully so!).  The risk is greater for accidental exposure that can happen outside the watchful eye of mom or dad. I’ve blogged on the … Continue reading

Does my child have spring allergies?

As if the polar vortexes were not enough, it looks like all the snow and late freezes may have set us up for an itchy spring!  In a new CNN Health report (published March 28, 2014) experts are warning us … Continue reading

Green cleaning

By: Dr. Shalini Forbis When you have a child with asthma or allergies, spring can trigger more than the start of summer. As trees begin to bloom and spring cleaning become top-of-mind, you want to eliminate asthma and allergy triggers … Continue reading

What to do about that awful cough!

By: Melissa King, DO Cough, cough, and cough… cough, cough, and cough Does it sound like this at your house? It has sounded like this at my house for the past few weeks. Ethan has been coughing off and on, … Continue reading

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