Do I Have Asthma?

There are an estimated 17 million people living in the United States with self-reported asthma. Asthma is the most common chronic illness among children. If left untreated, it can result in loss of sleep, exercise limitations, absenteeism, emergency room visits and, in a few cases, death. Read more.

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Atlanta Allergy Pollen Count for 07/27/2016: 2
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How does air quality affect asthma?

Most of our patients know the effect pollen, dust, and animal dander have on people with asthma. Nearly 80% of children, and over 50% of adults with asthma, have allergies that make their asthma worse. But did you know that air quality also has an impact on your asthma symptoms? Read more.

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May 24, 2016

Pollen Season – How Bad Was It? Is It Over?

Food allergies are a big concern for anyone who has kids, and at Atlanta Allergy & Asthma, we talk to parents about this issue every day. No one wants their children to have to go through life with a food allergy, but is there a way to prevent them? In the case of peanut allergies, there has been encouraging news this year. Two new studies provided further evidence that exposing children to peanuts early in life may stop them from developing an allergy later. Read more.