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 07/19/2019: 11
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July 19, 2019

All school nurses and administrators, please note that Kaleo Pharma is making it easier to obtain Auvi-Q injectable epinephrine for schools. Until July 31st, schools can order stock epinephrine and get a FREE carton. Visit the link for details, or contact AUVI-QforSchools@asembia.com

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Eight Atlanta Allergy & Asthma Physicians Receive Top Doctors Honors

Eight physicians from Atlanta Allergy & Asthma — the largest allergy practice in Georgia — rank among metro Atlanta’s Top Doctors in Atlanta magazine’s July issue. More than half of the physicians in the publication’s allergy and immunology category come from this one practice. Read more.

Physician Spotlight

Get To Know Dr. Lily Hwang

June 10, 2019

Dr. Lily Hwang is a sister, daughter, wife, mother, and board-certified allergist. She understands firsthand the challenges faced when trying to meet the needs of all family members. She prides herself on developing personalized treatment plans with your family’s lifestyle in mind. Dr. Hwang sees patients in our Alpharetta and Lawrenceville offices. Learn more about her here!

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How to Tell When You’re Having a Normal Reaction to an Insect Sting and When It’s Something to Worry About

June 21, 2019

For many of us, summer brings increased time outdoors and increased exposure to insects. Although everyone will react in some way to the venom of stinging insects, an allergist is an expert who can explain the difference between an allergic reaction and a normal reaction.

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