United Allergy Blog

Jan 25

5 Best Tips To Prevent Indoor Allergie

Home is the best thing in the world - except if you are allergic to your house. Many people are reported to be allergic to something or the other inside their own houses. These are some indoor.
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Jan 22

Obese children more susceptible to asthma from air pollution

Obese children exposed to high levels of air pollutants were nearly three times as likely to have asthma, compared with non-obese children and lower levels of pollution exposure, report researchers.

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Jan 20

Cedar and allergy symptoms hit highest levels of the season

Those aren't puffs of smoke drifting on the horizon. They are clouds of pollen from mountain cedar trees, the winter scourge of Central and South Texas.

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Jan 20

United Allergy Services streamlines HR and recruitment: Salesforce.com-integrated solution eases document management for UAS

Founded in 2009, United Allergy Services (UAS) provides effective allergy testing and immunotherapy to the healthcare systems and professionals that treat patients with seasonal and perennial.

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Jan 20

Allergy Care Turf Battle Hits the Courts

Who should treat allergies? The turf battle between primary care physicians and allergists has escalated into a lawsuit charging anti-competitive practices.

The recently-formed Academy of Allergy &.

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Jan 16

Something To Sneeze At: National Survey Reveals That Majority Of Seasonal/Perennial Allergy Sufferers Want To Be Treated By A Primary Care Physician--Not An Allergist

SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the results of a recent United Allergy Services survey, two-thirds (68 percent) of U.S. seasonal/perennial allergy sufferers would rather seek.

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Jan 15

Allergists accused of conspiring against PCPs

SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio company alleges some allergists have conspired to try to drive out of business primary-care physicians who treat patients with allergies.

United Allergy Services filed a.

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Jan 15

Allergists Accused Of Shutting Out Competition

The Academy of Allergy & Asthma in Primary Care and United Allergy Services hit several coalitions of board-certified allergists, including the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, with.

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Jan 14

The Academy of Allergy & Asthma in Primary Care and United Allergy Services file federal antitrust lawsuit against allergist organizations: AAAAI, ACAAI and JCAAI

WASHINGTON, DC and SAN ANTONIO – January 14, 2014 – The Academy of Allergy & Asthma in Primary Care (AAAPC)™, a nation-wide, non-profit organization that represents the interests of primary care.

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Jan 14

The Academy of Allergy & Asthma in Primary Care and United Allergy Services file federal antitrust lawsuit against allergist organizations: AAAAI, ACAAI and JCAAI

WASHINGTON, DC and SAN ANTONIO – January 14, 2014 – The Academy of Allergy & Asthma in Primary Care (AAAPC)™, a nation-wide, non-profit organization that represents the interests of primary care.

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Jan 10

Less Variety in Babies’ Gut Bacteria May Lead to Asthma Risk

Swedish study followed 47 infants for 7 years.

FRIDAY, Jan. 10, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Infants with fewer types of intestinal bacteria are at increased risk for developing asthma, a small new study.

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Jan 08

Women More Likely To Have Allergies, Asthma Than Men: Study

Sorry ladies -- you're more apt to experience the runny nose and watery eyes from allergies than men are, experts say.

While rhinitis (the name for symptoms that affect the nose, such as stuffy and.

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Jan 06

Reducing Indoor Allergies This Winter

The weather outside may be frightful this time of year, making a toasty fire indoors so delightful. However, for many Americans, this cozy inside feeling may not last very long due to indoor.

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Jan 05

Allergies Can Turn Into Serious Infections

Cedar fever has is some of the worst it has ever been in Central Texas, and for most allergy sufferers it could take on a whole new meaning of sickness.

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Jan 01

Improving pollen forecasting

Possible hope for hay fever suffers: a new approach for measuring the properties and spread of airborne pollen, aimed at improving the forecasting of this natural allergen has been published.
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