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Stinging Insect Allergies: Get the Facts Apr 6th, 2021

When most people think of allergies, they usually think of hay fever or certain food allergies, like an allergy to tree nuts. But some people walk around not knowing when their allergy could strike because the catalyst is so small. Stinging insect allergies can be dangerous, so it’s important to...

What People with Asthma Need to Know About COVID-19 Mar 8th, 2021

You probably already know that COVID-19 can affect people in different ways. But it’s important to know what those ways are, especially if you have a chronic lung condition, such as asthma.  At Regional Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Center, our specialists want to keep everyone informed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic....

What Is Immunotherapy, and Can It Cure My Allergies? Feb 15th, 2021

Every year, more than 50 million Americans of all ages experience allergies, making it the sixth most common chronic health problem in the United States. If you’re a long-time sufferer, you know that your itchy eyes, runny nose, hives, and rashes are due to your immune system mistaking a benign...

How do Covid-19 Symptoms Differ from Those Caused by Seasonal Allergies, Colds, and the Flu? Jan 18th, 2021

It can be nerve-wracking to know there’s a new kind of bug going around, and we’re not exactly sure how it’s spread. Every sneeze, tickle in the throat, or muscle ache can make you wonder, “Do I have coronavirus?”  The medical teams at Regional Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Center with...