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  • Knowing the Signs of Hay Fever
    Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, affects millions of children and around 20 million adults. Of course, it can be easy to mix up the symptoms of hay fever Read more
  • What You Need To Know About Food Allergies
    Approximately 32 million people in the US have food allergies. While many allergic reactions to food are relatively minor, some people experience anaphylaxis, a severe and potentially life-threatening reaction to Read more
  • Exercising When You Have Asthma
    Exercise offers amazing health benefits; however, what if you have been diagnosed with asthma? If you have asthma you may have discovered that exercise triggers your wheezing, coughing, and chest Read more
  • Can a Humidifier Help My Asthma?
    Along with medication, there are certain lifestyle modifications that those with asthma can put in place to help limit exposure and flare-ups. Everything from dry air to humidity can leave Read more
  • What To Do About Your Pet Allergies
    Living with a pet can be incredibly rewarding unless of course, you’re dealing with pet allergies. If your furry friends are causing you to sneeze or deal with red, watery Read more
  • Asthma Action Plan
    Has your child been diagnosed with asthma? Asthma is one of the most common chronic disorders in US children, affecting millions of children under the age of 18. Of course, Read more
  • Testing Your Child for Allergies
    You aren’t the only one who may deal with allergy symptoms. Even your kids can! Childhood allergies are on the rise, according to the World Allergy Organization. From food allergies Read more
  • Traveling When You Have Asthma
    You want to go on vacation, but the truth is, you can’t just leave asthma behind while you whisk yourself to another state or country. It’s important that if you Read more
  • The Allergy Testing Process
    Allergy testing essentially entails having a blood or skin exam to determine which specific allergen or substance triggers an allergic reaction in an individual. Here at Advanced Allergy and Asthma Read more
  • Asthma does NOT appear to increase the risk for a person contracting COVID-19 or influence its severity
    Rutgers Institute for Translational Medicine and Science  reports that asthma does not appear to be a risk factor in either becoming infected with the Coronavirus not increasing its severity. Risk Read more

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