Some people seem to have it all. Unfortunately, for some people, “having it all” includes having allergies. While you’re out feeling festive, social distancing at small family gatherings or dropping off season’s greetings at a loved one’s door, make sure you add...
You can find mold outside on fallen trees, plants, or in the cluster of leaves the wind blows to the corner of your yard. While it’s unrealistic to never come in contact with molds, exposure can be limited, and symptoms can be treated.
Asthma can be scary. But like anything, its navigating through all the things you don’t know that can increase anxiety, cause detours along the way in treatment, and make symptoms seem more difficult to manage. If you’re like the 1 in 12 Americans who experience coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and pain and tightening in the chest, we’ve put together this easy-to-follow roadmap to help guide you on your journey to feeling great!
Ever wonder why your allergy symptoms tend to flare up only during certain times of year? In light of the changing season, we’ve put together some of our most frequently asked questions to make this year’s seasonal transition as easy as possible.
We’re proud to announce that Dr. Jeff Raub has joined Allergy & Asthma Care, Inc.! Dr. Raub has been treating the full spectrum of allergy and immunology conditions across all age groups for 25 years.
At Allergy & Asthma Care, patient health and safety is our top priority. We believe that optimal management of your allergies and asthma is important in the face of coronavirus, so we will continue to serve our patients. We are taking extra precautions for patient safety. As such, we are doing the following screening, cleaning, new staff procedures, and social distancing.