2019 Practice News
We are excited to announce that we have recently added online bill pay to our list of features designed to help you manage your health.
If you are allergic to grass pollen, you might be a candidate for sublingual grass pollen tablets. January is the time to start this therapy in advance of the grass pollen season.
A recent study published in JAMA Network Open estimates nearly 19 percent of adults think they have food allergies, but less than 11 percent actually do.
With the new year comes new opportunities for health goals and resolutions. For allergy and asthma sufferers, it's the perfect time to get the wheezing and sneezing under control and commit to better breathing in 2019!
If you are perpetually stuffy, have itchy eyes, and pressure in your head during winter, you might suffer from what is often called “winter allergies.” Because you are indoors more during the colder months often with little ventilation, you are exposed to indoor allergens like mold, dust mites, and animal dander.
Although the flu vaccine is recommended for most children and adults, it is especially important for anyone with respiratory issues, particularly our patients with asthma and chronic sinusitis.
The results of a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine show it is possible for some people with peanut allergy to protect themselves from accidental ingestion by building up their tolerance to peanuts over time.
The holiday and winter season can be a tough time for individuals with allergies or asthma. From the cold weather to all the holiday family meals, it’s important to be aware of potential risks.
All 17 Atlanta Allergy & Asthma offices will be closed on the following days during the holiday season.
The end of the year is a good time to think about how to get the most from your health insurance, including scheduling an appointment for an allergy test. Both allergy testing and treatments are covered by most insurance plans, so if you’ve met your deductible for the year, your out-of-pocket costs could be minimal, or possibly zero.