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Understanding your allergies and asthma issues is the first step toward relief. That’s one of the main reasons why National Allergy & Asthma Awareness Month was created!
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With the increase of stinging insects during this season, it’s possible you’ll be stung. Consider the following steps to take if you’ve been stung:
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What causes an allergic reaction to pollen? What are the symptoms of a pollen allergy? Are there different types of pollen? Discover the answers.
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One of the most common immune system diseases is called primary immunodeficiency disease (PIDD). Consider the following symptoms and available treatments.
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When you’re choosing your New Year’s resolutions this year, don’t forget to add a few that better your health! These resolutions don’t have to be difficult or drastic. Consider the following ideas that will better your overall quality of life:
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Many people experience an unusual amount of allergy flareups during the holiday season. They wonder, “Am I allergic to the holidays?!” Fortunately, your flareups aren’t due to Christmas itself but are due to allergens that winter brings such as dust mites, lack of fresh air in the home, pet dander, and more. Go ahead and outsmart your Christmas allergies with these simple tips:
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It’s common for eczema to flare during the fall months. This is due to the cold and dry weather that accompany fall in Kentucky. Fortunately, there are treatments available that provide relief. Additionally, there are certain triggers you can avoid to minimize your chance of an eczema rash. Keep reading to learn more:
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If you follow Bluegrass Family Allergy on Facebook, you likely see pictures of kids and adults alike holding a sign that says, "I passed my food challenge!” We have many people ask us what a food challenge is, why it’s important, and what the process entails. Keep reading to find out the answers to these important questions.
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After a long, hot summer in Kentucky, September is finally here. It was as if the entire state let out an audible sigh of relief! But, not everyone is excited for summer to be over and fall to begin. Many Kentuckians see their allergies flare during fall due to surprising culprits: lingering warm weather, hay fever, bothersome leaves, and school allergens. Discover the details:
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