2022 Practice News
May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. It’s peak season for asthma and allergy sufferers, which makes this a perfect time to educate patients, friends, family, and co-workers about these diseases.
According to a new study published in the journal Nature Communications, allergy season will last longer, and pollen counts will be higher in the coming years. As the planet’s temperature rises, and carbon dioxide concentrations increase, the study suggests by the year 2100 pollen season could start as many as 20 days earlier in the spring and be delayed in the fall.
As we prepare to support our patients who need us during the spring season, we want to remind you of our ongoing commitment to safety protocols. We continue to follow CDC guidelines for medical practices, which still include the wearing of masks by staff, patients, and guests.
The #AtlantaAllergyPollenCount will be available on the weekends starting Saturday, March 19, and continue through peak pollen season.
Some of the most common ways people combat their spring allergy symptoms may not be providing relief at all. Here are five common mistakes and advice on how to better control the sneezing and wheezing that comes with pollen season.
Patients with allergies have symptoms triggered by a variety of factors. One of the major culprits here in metro Atlanta is pollen. Allergists need to know what pollens are in the air and how they may impact their patients in order to effectively treat them.
In March '22, Atlanta Allergy & Asthma opened a new office that will serve Athens and the surrounding areas. This expansion allows greater access to specialty care for people with nasal and eye allergies, food allergies, asthma, skin allergies, medication allergies, and insect sting allergies.
As often occurs in Georgia and the southeast, we begin to get spurts of warmer temperatures leading up to Spring. These warmer temps encourage trees like Juniper, Elm, Birch, and Maple to release pollens that we normally do not see until the spring months. What does that mean for you?
Tonight, we’ll be watching as the University of Georgia Bulldogs play the University of Alabama Crimson Tide for the National Championship. Should be a great game! We thought this was a good time to announce...
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.
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 2022!