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There is a way to determine exactly what is causing your allergies to flare in every season: allergy testing. Discover the answers to several frequently asked questions about allergy testing:
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School is right around the corner, and it’s important to have a plan to address allergens that linger at school. Whether it’s on the playground or in the classroom, school presents its own challenges with regards to allergies. But, we believe your child should focus on his education instead of on his allergy. That’s why we’ve created a list of seven simple tips to help your child succeed. Take a look:
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Have you found yourself cooped up indoors this summer due to frustrating summer allergies? Instead of letting Mother Nature dictate your plans, Dr. Brauer can help you find relief.
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Many people think that they should only see an allergist if they’re suffering from itchy eyes or a runny nose. But, an allergist can help with much more than that! Discover four of many reasons why you should schedule an appointment with Dr. Brauer today:
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While a permanent cure for asthma has yet to be found, there are treatments available to combat asthmatic symptoms and improve your health-related quality of life.
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Spring is here, and your eyes are already itching with just the thought of pollen. Instead of staying cooped up inside until summer arrives and pollen disappears, take proactive steps to minimize the effects seasonal allergies have on your life!
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Each year, millions of people across America celebrate love on February 14. But, for some, this holiday can be stressful due to food allergies. Thankfully, the team at Bluegrass Family Allergy is here to help! Allow us to help you safely navigate through the food-allergy waters.
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When people make New Year resolutions, they often reflect appearances. However, what if resolutions were made to reflect a change on the inside? This year (and every year), the team at Bluegrass Family Allergy wants to help you live a full and active life – without allergies or asthma controlling you!
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When a person with the alpha-gal antibody eats mammalian meat, the meat triggers the release of histamine, a compound found in the body that causes allergic symptoms like hives, itching and even anaphylaxis. Since the reaction to eating mammal meat is delayed by several hours, the proper diagnosis is often missed or misdiagnosed.
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