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Hygiene Hypothesis – Asthma Kids Columbus

Hygiene Hypothesis – Asthma Kids Columbus

If you cope with Asthma Kids Columbus, you probably wonder how it developed in your child. Doctors and researchers are studying the issue and you have probably heard of the “hygiene hypothesis.” It’s certainly interesting and for Asthma Kids Columbus, important research. Dr. Joseph Bullock wants to share this research from Allergy Watch (Volume 18, […]

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Cold Urticaria: Can you really be allergic to the cold?

Cold Urticaria: Can you really be allergic to the cold?

While winter in Central Ohio has been mild this year, there is a condition that can still affect people when the temperatures drop. Cold urticaria, which affects mostly children and teens, is basically an allergy to cold temperatures where the skin reacts – causing hives and other symptoms like itching. Like other allergies, cold urticaria […]

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Best Allergist in Columbus, Ohio

Best Allergist in Columbus, Ohio

If you are looking for the best allergist in Columbus, Ohio, look no further than Midwest Allergy! Two of the three doctors named the best around by Columbus Monthly – Dr. Debora A. Ortega-Carr and Dr. Philip N. Rancitelli – are from Midwest Allergy. This ranking confirms what the patients of Dr. Ortega-Carr and Dr. […]

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The Truth about Pet Allergies

Pets provide companionship and fun, but for some people a dog or cat can also trigger sneezing, sniffles and worse. Does an animal allergy mean a life without Fido? Not necessarily. There is a myth that pet allergies are triggered by animal hair, but they are actually caused by a protein found in pet skin […]

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Climate Change and Outdoor Allergies

If you think your outdoor allergies are getting worse, you may be right. And global warning may be the culprit. That’s not good news for the millions of people worldwide who suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and allergic asthma. Recent studies suggest that increasing temperatures and carbon dioxide levels are causing spring seasons […]

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