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Allergy Shots Decrease Healthcare Costs by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 12:00am Many people with food allergies also deal with environmental allergies. Allergy shots are a necessary evil for many of us with environmental allergies. While not available for food allergies, shots can be immensely helpful for those allergic to dogs, cats, dust, pollen, grasses, etc. It was no surprise to me to read this study in the Annals ... Read on »
Allergy Shots Decrease Healthcare Costs by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 3:42am Many people with food allergies also deal with environmental allergies. Allergy shots are a necessary evil for many of us with environmental allergies. While not available for food allergies, shots can be immensely helpful for those allergic to dogs, cats, dust, pollen, grasses, etc. It was no surprise to me to read this study in the Annals o ... Read on »
Allergy Shots Decrease Healthcare Costs by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 3:42am Many people with food allergies also deal with environmental allergies. Allergy shots are a necessary evil for many of us with environmental allergies. While not available for food allergiesshots can be immensely helpful for those allergic to dogscatsdustpollengrassesetc. It was no surprise to me to read this study in the Annals of AllergyAst ... Read on »
Allergy Shots? by Aimee A. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 5:22pm We saw the allergist yesterday regarding Katie and Ryan's environmental allergies. I just wanted to make sure that their ear, nose and throats were looking OK, and confirm that the current treatment was working. I also wanted to see Dr. M one last time before she relocates out of state. I am very sad about this. We tried a number allergists be ... Read on »
Promising News On The Peanut Allergy Front by Rational Jenn Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 06 Nov 2008 11:38pm In the most recent edition of The Lancet, Dr. Wesley Burks of Duke University states: It is likely that in the next five years there will be some type of immunotherapy available for peanut allergenic individuals. That is such exciting news! I've been aware of the peanut, milk, and egg oral immunotherapy studies that have been und ... Read on »
Allergy Shots: How Does Immunotherapy Work? by AllergyRelievers .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: Allergy is an overreaction of the immune system to normal substances. For many allergy sufferers, the best way to control their symptoms is through immunotherapy. BETH CORN, MD: Immunotherapy is just a fancy way of saying allergy shots. And allergy shots are a wonderful way to treat allergies, but it involves a time commitment. A ... Read on »
No More Allergy Shots – Pills Offer a Novel Twist to Treatment by rajesh moganti Posted Mon 22 Mar 2010 11:05pm One of the fascinating aspects regarding Schering-Plough and Merck joining forces is that the corporations have a proclivity of pushing forward quite diverse array of medications out from their research & development laboratories. Merck has a tendency of having the sense of onerous, perspiration-loaded science – medications for diabetics, inocu ... Read on »
Oral Alternative to Allergy Shots Improves Hay Fever by Medline Plus Posted Mon 16 Aug 2010 8:17am Monday, August 16, 2010    By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A therapy that allows hay fever sufferers to get allergy shots in the form of a tablet or drops can help alleviate symptoms and cut people's reliance on allergy medication, a new research review confirms. ... Read on »
Can Allergy Shots Cause Obstructive Sleep Apnea? by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 10:05pm During a routine visit, a patient of mine commented that he noticed an interesting phenomenon whenever he checks his wife’s CPAP compliance data. Normally, her RDI hovers around 3-4, and she’s fine, but whenever it goes up to 7-8 or above, she’s more cranky, tired and irritable. In particular, these spikes correlate with the days immediately af ... Read on »
Spring Allergy Season by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 12:00am Many people with food allergies also deal with environmental allergies. Check out some of my articles for information about dealing with spring pollen, dust and other environmental allergies Spring Allergies talks about pollen counts and how to decrease allergy symptoms when the counts are highest this spring. Symptoms for Flu, Allergi ... Read on »