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When you think of Halloween, the Bluegrass Family Allergy team wants you to think of teal pumpkins. Awareness of the Teal Pumpkin Project has spread significantly in recent years. Last year, over 18,000 American households took part in the project to raise awareness of food allergies and provide inclusion for all trick-or-treaters.
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The yellow blanket of pollen that spring brought and the sprouting weeds that summer grew are disappearing. But, why are you still sneezing? Unfortunately, fall brings its own allergens such as ragweed, mold, and dust mites. Thankfully, the team at Bluegrass Family Allergy can help!
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If your children suffer from allergies, it’s imperative for to prepare them for the new school year. Fortunately, Bluegrass Family Allergy has the solutions to your family needs.
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Summer is in full swing and so are the busy insects around us! While they usually leave you alone, it’s good to know exactly what to do if they sting you – especially if you are prone to a serious allergic reaction from a stinging insect.
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What do buzzing bees, microscopic dust mites, and green grass have in common? They love the summer months! Unfortunately, their presence often creates allergies for many people. But, it doesn’t have to be this way.
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May is National Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month for good reason: it is peak allergy and asthma season. Most allergy-sufferers are hiding indoors until the pollen dissipates, and asthma-sufferers are reaching for their inhaler more often than not. But, it doesn’t have to be this way!
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Roughly 15 million Americans have food allergies, and that number is on the rise. With roughly 318 million people living in America, that leaves a lot of people who may not understand what a food allergy is, how to help someone who deals with allergies, and how to Be a PAL.
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The first official day of spring is only days away (March 20), and we are roughly 100 miles away from the allergy capital of the United States – Louisville. As spring approaches and flowers blooms, allergy sufferers are reaching for tissues or opting out of a walk in the park. But, does it have to be this way? The team at Bluegrass Family Allergy doesn’t think so!
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Every year in America, there are millions of kids who enjoy Valentine’s Day at school and exchange gifts, candy, and more. However, for kids with allergies, this time may be difficult to enjoy. Consider talking to your kids and their teachers in ways to help them (safely!) enjoy Valentine’s Day.
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