United Allergy Blog

Jul 30

New Report Shows Most States Fall Behind on Asthma and Allergy School Policies

With millions of children heading back to classrooms in the coming weeks, asthma and food allergies at school present serious concerns, but some states are better than others when it comes to.

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Jul 27

Watch Out for Backyard Allergy Triggers

Allergy and asthma triggers can turn your backyard from a summer oasis into a place of misery if you don't take precautions, experts say.

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Jul 19

Will honey relieve my seasonal allergies?

Q. Several people have recommended I eat local honey as a remedy for my seasonal allergies. Does it really help?

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Jul 18

5 tips for docs working with vacationers

To doctors, summer vacationers can be more painful to deal with than a sunburn on the 4th of July. Being located in the popular tourist destination of Charleston, S.C., Frederick Schaffer, MD,.

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Jul 17

How to best prepare and adapt for shared risk and value-based payment: Tips for practice managers

UAS president and CEO, Nick Hollis, was quoted in the most recent Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) members magazine. The article was an industry roundtable on valuable tips for practice.

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Jul 17

General aviation pilots advised to watch use of common medications

The half a million general aviation pilots in the United States should watch their use of everyday drugs, regulators and industry officials urged Wednesday.

In issuing the advisory, officials warned.

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Jul 12

Helpful Tips To Battle Mold From The Recent Storms

As flood waters from recent inclement weather recede, the potential for mold growth in homes and businesses may become prevalent.  Damp conditions from flooding create the perfect breeding grounds.

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Jul 12

At Home: How to get a really clean, allergy-free home

Warning: The contents of this column may cause runny nose, sneezing and watery eyes. Just thinking about the dust mites, mold and toxins likely lurking in your home is enough to cause gasping and.

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Jul 12

When Allergies Attack! Asthma and Allergies in America (Infographic)

Seeing how combating unhealthy air quality and allergies are the main factors Oransi builds our high quality HEPA air purifiers, we have compiled the most recent statistics on allergies and asthma.

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Jul 11

6 Unexpected Allergens that can Cause Backyard Blues

Outdoor summer gatherings can bring a lot of unwanted guests - from mosquitos and rain, to your nosey neighbor. The last thing you should have to worry about is the everyday items in your backyard.

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Jul 10

Case Report: Allergic Rhinitis (AR)

Learning Objectives:
1. ) Better understand the seasonal and perennial allergies that Louisianans face, particularly in the summer.
2. ) Learn more about allergy treatment options in the family.
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Jul 10

Traveling and Allergies: Unfortunately, the two can go hand in hand

Who doesn't like to travel? Most people do, right?

Of course there are some who would rather skip the airport lines, highway traffic and high gas prices, but for the most part people like to see new.

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Jul 02

What Is Hay Fever?

Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, is a common problem that causes cold-like symptoms.

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Jul 02

Drowsy Drivers May Put Your Family At Risk This Summer

If your summer plans include driving you could come across a new danger on the roads this year. Certain allergy medications might be affecting users behind the wheel.

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Jul 02

Seasonal Allergies Something to Sneeze At in NoVA

If you’re battling a runny nose, itchy eyes, coughing and wheezing, and your car has a new greenish-yellow pollen paint job, you could be dealing with seasonal allergies.

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