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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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November

FDA Approves New Medication for Severe, Persistent Asthma

Early November 2015, the FDA approved a new medication for the treatment of severe, persistent asthma called Nucala (mepolizumab). It is an injectable medication that is given once a month in the doctor’s office. Nucala is indicated for people 12-years-old and over who have difficult asthma that is not controlled by their usual medications.

September

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"Great practice full of friendly folks who really do work to help you feel better!”

Patient Testimonial

“I am seriously compelled to write a review for this practice because Dr. Schaffer is by far, the best doctor I have EVER seen. I have been going here for 3 years now, on a yearly basis, and I am always so happy after I leave. The service they provide is awesome."

April

Tips for Surviving High Pollen

You know it's coming - as the temperatures begin to rise, so will the pollen count! Here are some tips for surviving those high pollen count days.

January

New Research Study Reports Prevalence of Misdiagnosis for Children with Food Allergies

A recent study published in The Journal of Pediatrics reports that the use of a Food Allergy Blood test panel often results in misdiagnosis in children who are tested for food allergies.