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Do You Have Allergies? Here's a Quick Test

This time of year, allergies can cause all kinds of problems. More than 25% of Americans suffer from allergies to environmental factors from pollen to dust to mold to pet dander. 247 more words

Allergic Diseases

Nettle Soup

This is a slightly unusual recipe for me in that I am not recommending this dish on the basis of flavour but as a medicine for hayfever (it is ok but will never be my fave thing to eat). 1,160 more words


The Top 7 Questions About Allergy Drops

If you’ve been following the AllerVision blog and Facebook page, you know we’re enthusiastic about allergy drops (also known as sublingual immunotherapy or SLIT). Why? Lots of reasons, including the facts that they’re very easy to use, extremely effective, and suitable for allergy sufferers of all ages, to name just a few. 636 more words

Springtime Allergies in Dogs and Cats

Seasonal allergies not only affect us but they can also affect pets as well.  In the spring, when many of us simply get the neti pot or Benadryl going- we also need to remember our pets with springtime allergies.  736 more words

Lange Animal Clinic

Top 7 Questions (and Answers) About Allergy Skin Testing

In our last post, we explained why nearly every doctor should offer allergy skin testing. (If you missed it, click here.) Here are patients’ top seven questions about the test. 424 more words

Top 7 Reasons Nearly Every Doctor Should Test for Allergies

Family practitioners, internists, pediatricians, dermatologists, ENTs, neurologists, pulmonologists, ophthalmologists and nearly all other types of physicians and health care providers come in contact with patients who suffer from allergies virtually every day. 555 more words

Allergy Testing, Immunotherapy Boost Medical Practice and its Patients

This post, from guest blogger Dr. Stephen Sisselman, looks at allergy testing and treatment from the general practitioner’s point of view

Sara V is a patient I’ve known for a long time. 563 more words