Allergist Press Releases + Feed Topics Locations Industries Dates
Page updated every 10 minutes
By Dr. Barbara Baxter
Dr. Barbara Baxter, an experienced allergy doctor in Dallas, has launched a new website to better serve her current and potential patients.
Dr. Murphy poses questions related to the privacy of electronic media.
By Asthma, Allergy Sinus Center
Dust mites are in the same family as ticks and spiders. They feed off our skin scales and other debris found in “dust” around our homes, in our bedding (pillows and mattress) and carpet, and on upholstered furniture.
Dr. MIchael Wein, Chief of Allergy at Indian River Medical Center, will speak at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. The conference will focus on the treatment of allergic rhinitis with immunotherapy.
By Pediatric Associates
Pediatric Associates will be acquiring Edwin A. Cordero, MD, PA (Cordero Pediatrics) effective October 1, 2012.
By NYC Allergy Doctor, Arthur Lubitz
Springtime means an influx of Seasonal Allergies. Allergies may manifest in the form of rashes. NYC Allergy Doctor Arthur Lubitz discusses the difference between chronic hives and contact allergies.
By Mary Ann Walker
Allergy specialist, Steven Cohen, of West Allis, WI, uses patient education handouts on his practice website to improve clinical care and patient satisfaction.
By Michael Wein, M.D., Family Allergy and Asthma
Dr. Michael Wein, Chief of Allergy at Indian River Medical Center, has opened a physician office in St Lucie West dedicated to children and adults with allergy, asthma, sinus, and allergic skin problems.
By The Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center
Your first visit to a new Doctor can cause a bit of apprehension. The Allergy Asthma & Sinus Center of Greater Knoxville explains what you can expect.
Amy Jones Anichini, mother of a girl with a food allergy to eggs, reports on her daughter getting her first flu shot since being diagnosed has having an egg allergy.
By Public Relation Dept.
Dr Carlos Vital, support the FAAN to provide understanding, hope, and an opportunity for a child with food allergy to simply be a child.
By Greater Austin Allergy & Immunology
Remember when spring invoked images of birds chirping and flowers blooming instead of tissue boxes and itchy eyes? The spring allergy season in just around the corner for Austin allergy sufferers. Dr. Legere, an Austin allergist, has tips for you.