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Why It’s Important to Treat Kids’ Allergies Early

Why It’s Important to Treat Kids’ Allergies Early

So your child has allergies. Should you treat them aggressively? What are your options for pediatric allergy treatment? Do they need to be at a certain age to start treatment? Should you just leave it alone and hope that their allergies go away—then attack the problem...

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Another Sinus Infection?  Consider Allergy Testing

Another Sinus Infection? Consider Allergy Testing

It started as a runny nose, but it wouldn’t go away. Your nasal discharge changed from clear to thick green. You lost your sense of smell. Then came the familiar pain behind your eyes and cheekbones, and, man, does your head pound. It’s another sinus infection! You’ve...

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Does Asthma Have to Break the Bank?

Does Asthma Have to Break the Bank?

Asthma is on the rise—and we’re paying for it. According to researchers from the Centers for Disease Control, asthma sets the U.S. economy back more than $80 billion each year, and, in truth, this figure is probably too low because it doesn’t consider untreated...

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Can you Get the COVID-19 Vaccine if you Have Allergies?

Can you Get the COVID-19 Vaccine if you Have Allergies?

Remember when we all got sent home from work or school because of COVID-19 last March? You were in good company if you thought it would only last for a few weeks or months, and then we’d all be back to normal. After all, none of us have experienced anything like this...

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What’s the Worst Place to Live with Allergies?

What’s the Worst Place to Live with Allergies?

Allergies are everywhere. It used to be that people would move to the desert climate of the Southwest to escape allergies, but things have changed. In Phoenix, Arizona, for example, where AllergyEasy is based, the desert has been transformed. People who moved to the...

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Is This a Milk Allergy? Or Lactose Intolerance?

Is This a Milk Allergy? Or Lactose Intolerance?

Milk makes you sick, but you don’t know why. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what could be causing your discomfort as we explore the difference between milk allergy and the more prevalent lactose intolerance. What is happening in my body? Milk allergy is...

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Mountain Cedar Strikes Again

Mountain Cedar Strikes Again

If you’re from Texas, you know about the infamous mountain cedar tree. It strikes fear in the hearts of allergic people living in or around the central part of the state. Mountain cedar typically pollinates in December, January and February, and it is singular in its...

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Is Fatigue an Allergy Symptom?

Is Fatigue an Allergy Symptom?

As we head into fall, there are all kinds of illnesses going around—COVID-19, colds, flu and seasonal allergies. Fatigue can be a symptom of all of the above. Why do allergies cause fatigue? When most people think of allergies, they think of hay fever—not fatigue. And...

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Vitamin D:  Can it Help with COVID-19… and Allergies?

Vitamin D: Can it Help with COVID-19… and Allergies?

When you think of vitamin D, you probably think of its most famous health role: making strong bones. Indeed, vitamin D increases your body’s ability to absorb calcium and phosphorus, both of which are essential for bone health. But Vitamin D can do much more,...

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9 Ways to Make More Money as a Primary Care Physician

9 Ways to Make More Money as a Primary Care Physician

According to the 2019 Medscape Physician Compensation Report, the three lowest paid physician specialties are as follows: Pediatrics ($225,000 per year) Family medicine ($231,000 per year) Public health and preventive medicine ($209,000) If you’re trying to get ahead...

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