United Allergy Blog

Sep 30

Cure Stress With Allergy Immunotherapy

Chicago, IL, Sept. 30, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- My allergies are making me crazy! According to researchers, that may actually be true. Dr. Brian Rotskoff of Clarity Allergy Center in Chicago.

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Sep 26

Infographic: Be Informed When Fall Allergies Strike

When most people think of allergies, colorful flowers come to mind. However, the pollen of colorful flowers are typically too heavy to be carried by the air and thus are not allergy triggers. The.

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Sep 20

2013 Fall Allergy Capitals

This fall could be a perfect storm for allergy sufferers, as global weather conditions boost ragweed levels, and fall storms and tornadoes disperse allergens and outdoor mold, according to the Asthma.

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Sep 19

Ragweed Pollen and Mold will be the Key Allergens this Fall: AAFA

Ragweed pollen will be the key allergy causing source this season’s fall in the U.S. which would make more the season tougher for people with fall allergies.

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Sep 17

Caring for Chronic Conditions in Primary Care

With the Patient Protec­tion and Affordable Care Act now underway, more attention is being focused on patient-centered and coordinated care. As a result, primary care physicians (PCPs) are seeking.

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Sep 17

Ten worst cities for people with fall allergies

If you hear a lot of sneezing this fall, it may be coming from Wichita.

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Sep 10

ADHD more likely in children with asthma or allergies

Children with a history of asthma and various allergies may be at higher risk of developing ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), according to a study published in the journal Annals of.

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Sep 10

What's Your Allergy IQ?

If you have questions about hay fever, you're not alone. Seasonal allergies are one of the most common allergic conditions in the U.S., affecting nearly 36 million people each year.

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Sep 10

What's Your Allergy IQ?

If you have questions about hay fever, you're not alone. Seasonal allergies are one of the most common allergic conditions in the U.S., affecting nearly 36 million people each year.

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Sep 06

AccessMD Urgent Care Teams with United Allergy Services to Expand Allergy Care Offerings

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 4, 2013/ -- AccessMD Urgent Care (which also operates as Hometown Urgent Care) today announced that it has partnered with United Allergy Services® (UAS), a leading healthcare.

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Sep 05

Sneeze alert: Ragweed leads pollen attack on DFW

Allergy sufferers may be the one group that typically pulls for the hot weather to continue.

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Sep 04

NPs offer a bright spot as primary care practices combat rising costs

ccording to a recent MGMA-ACMPE study (reported in the journal AAFP) over the last 11 years, the cost of running a medical practice in the United States has increased twice as quickly as the.

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Sep 02

Allergy symptoms arrive in Charlotte early this year

"I have been sneezing a lot more lately when I am out running or exercising," said Regina Harrison.

As fall approaches, a lot of people suffer from allergies because of the change in weather, but.

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