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Biologics for the Treatment of Asthma

According to most health agencies, September is typically the toughest for people with asthma to most health agencies, September is typically the toughest for people with asthma. Data shows that more emergency room visits and hospital stays take place during the 3rd week of September, as a result of asthma, compared to other times of

Choosing Vacation Destinations

For the patient with allergies and asthma one of the biggest concerns is finding the right place to go, without risking an increase in their symptoms.

Asthma Allergy Awareness Month

According to the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America, the month of May is “peak season for people with asthma and allergies and a perfect time to educate patients, family, friends, co-workers, and other people about allergic diseases”.

Hello Spring

Managing allergies during spring indoor and outdoor activities


Tree pollen is the first pollen to appear each year in the United States. Pollen can enter our eyes, nasal passages and respiratory tract quite easily.

Get Ahead of Fall and Winter Allergies

Although pollen counts have dropped in most of California, indoor allergens usually start to increase at this time of year.

RSV VACCINE RSV Vaccine – What you should know

August Newsletter – Sesame Allergy

Sesame Allergy Sesame allergy has increased over the years and sesame allergy is now the 9th most common food allergy in the United States.  With that said, because the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2014 only require the top 8 allergens be written on food labels, there is a potential for those

The Allergy & Asthma Clinic

Why have I developed Allergies as an Adult?

It is estimated that about 26% of adults, and 19% of children, have seasonal allergies, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  There are a number of factors that can affect the immune system and cause the development of allergies, including puberty, pregnancy or significant illnesses.

Vacation Here we Come!

While you may plan to go on vacation, you shouldn’t take a vacation from your allergy and asthma treatment. Being prepared can help minimize the chance of your symptoms from flaring, and most importantly, allow you to enjoy a well-deserved break.