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Allergy, Asthma and Sinusitis P.C Our practice, Advanced Allergy, Asthma and Sinusitis P.C., is located in the heart of Manhattan, New York, just a block away from Grand Central Station. It is a new type of practice dedicated to providing the most up-to-date treatment for adult and pediatric patients with allergy, asthma, sinus disease or disorders of… Continue Reading

Do I Have an Environmental Allergy? How Can I Tell?

It’s a beautiful spring day, and you want to enjoy the outdoors. You head to the park, hoping your allergies will be better than the last time. But as you try to settle into that peaceful atmosphere, it seems like all kinds of irritating things come to life. You start to itch and cough and… Continue Reading

Children and Allergies

Allergies can be rough for children. They want to play and have fun. They hope to get good grades in school and to understand what the teacher is saying. Children want to spend time outdoors and go on adventures with their friends. And they want to feel good! Allergies put a damper on everything and… Continue Reading

Milk Allergies in Babies

Milk Allergies in Babies: What are Your Options? Having to deal with a milk allergy at a time when your baby needs it the most can be a challenge. Milk free formulas are not as popular as traditional ones and you’ll have to do a little bit of leg work to find alternative solutions. While… Continue Reading

Allergist for Pollen Allergy

How to Survive During Pollen Season While for some people, spring is all about revival, warmer days, blooming flowers and balmy breezes, for others, it’s a literal nightmare. Pollen is everywhere and while you can try to avoid it all you want, it usually not a viable option. However, there are some things you can… Continue Reading

Allergiest vs. Cold by NYC top Allergist

Cold, Flu or Allergy? A Look at the Differences In many cases, we might dismiss symptoms of allergies as a common cold or flu. But in some cases, this could actually mask something more serious. Knowing if you’re actually suffering from a form of allergy or just the common flu will not only allow you… Continue Reading

Allergy Treatments

How Are Allergies Treated? Allergies can be treated in a wide variety of ways. The way you treat your allergy will depend primarily on the severity of the allergy and the nature of the allergy in question. If your allergies are that serious that they could actually directly affect your life quality, then it would… Continue Reading

Allergist for Severe Allergies

What Are the Symptoms of Severe Allergies? Allergies can range from benign to life threatening. People might react completely differently to the same allergy, which sometimes makes them difficult to manage. While for some people, they might be a slight nuisance, allergy treatment can be a question of life and death for others. Let’s take… Continue Reading

NYC Allergist for Food Allergies

The Most Common Food Allergies Uncovered Having to deal with allergies or having a son or daughter that has to deal with them is never easy. The first part of dealing with possible food allergies is understanding them. Fortunately, a large portion of food allergies are caused by a handful of products which makes the… Continue Reading

Allergist for Mold Allergies

Mold Allergies: The Signs and Symptoms Suffering from mold allergies can either be a mild nuisance to some or become completely debilitating and have a huge effect on your quality of life. Mold is much more widespread than most might imagine, and you could be suffering from mold allergies without even knowing it. In this… Continue Reading

NYC Allergist to treat Eczema

What is Eczema? Eczema is a widespread skin condition that affects over 35 million Americans. It is mainly characterized by inflamed and itchy patches of skin. While it can be present in adults, it is usually more prevalent in small children and babies. Let’s take a look at the various types of eczema, what the… Continue Reading

Contact Dermatitis

What is Contact Dermatitis? Have you experienced any type of weird rash or skin irritation after using a new kind of detergent or skincare product? Well, if that’s so, then it was probably a form of contact dermatitis. While many people may be suffering or have suffered from contact dermatitis at one time, not everybody… Continue Reading

Hay Fever aka Allergic Rhinitis

What is Allergic Rhinitis? Everyone is familiar with hay fever, but if you mention allergic rhinitis, most people will draw a blank. Allergic rhinitis is actually the scientific name for hay fever and is an allergic reaction that causes inflammation in the nasal passages. While it can be inconvenient, it can be treated, and the… Continue Reading

Sinusitis Due to Allergies

What is Sinusitis? If you’re an adult, chances are you’ve suffered from sinusitis at one point in your life even if you’ve never been diagnosed. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses, which are the membranes that ensure the well-functioning of your nasal passages by producing mucus. Let look at what sinusitis is, the symptoms… Continue Reading

Gluten Allergy – Coeliac Disease

What is Coeliac Disease? While Coeliac disease was fairly unknown not too long ago, it has recently surged in the number of sufferers due to its relationship with gluten intolerance. However, while gluten intolerance and Coeliac disease do have some things in common, both disorders are very different, have different implications and need to be… Continue Reading

The Signs and Symptoms of Dust Allergy

A Brief Overview A tiny creature living in your room can cause big problems for you if you have asthma or allergies. You may not be able to see them, but you might get an allergic reaction to them. These are dust mites that live in many houses all over the globe. Dust Mites are… Continue Reading

Signs of Food Allergy you should never Ignore

Food allergies are formed when your body sends out chemicals to protect itself against a certain element. Exposure to certain types of food may trigger this reaction in your body and you will experience an anaphylactic shock or rashes, etc. In a recent study, the amount of children affected by food allergy symptoms exceeds that… Continue Reading

How to Tell the Difference between a Cold and Allergies

Are you the one who receive severe reparatory illness during a particular season? Well, it’s difficult to identify the underlying cause of your frequent illness. In fact, it is more challenging to assume that whether you are suffering from allergies or cold as in both of the cases, symptoms are quite similar to sneezing, coughing,… Continue Reading

When to See an Allergist

Obviously, the best cure for allergies is avoidance of certain activities. It might be difficult for you to recognize which things to stay away from and which not. An example can be the flowering trees so that you are free from the symptoms without any medication. It is strongly recommended by health professionals to visit… Continue Reading

How to Protect Yourself from Pollen

According to the latest research, one out of five people suffer from seasonal allergy, i.e., pollen. This happens when your body reacts to an outdoor allergen. Usually, the pollen of insect-pollinated plants, such as grasses, trees, and weeds are the most common causes of this problem. Over-exposure to pollen can lead to many problems. The… Continue Reading

How To Find Out If You Are Allergic To Penicillin

Thanks to a recent study, scientists now have an over-diagnosis of penicillin allergies. Most patients who report a penicillin allergy, in fact, do not have a medical confirmation of the condition. It is imperative to understand that a misdiagnosed penicillin allergy can be detrimental to the treatment of a disease that requires penicillin-based antibiotics. Anyone… Continue Reading

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