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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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Update on Mold Allergy

Update on Mold Allergy

Do you have a mold allergy? Mold is a part of the Fungi family of organisms. Fungi have a complex metabolism that differs from animals and plants. They secrete enzymes into their surroundings and absorb the breakdown products of these enzymes. The Fungi family includes molds, yeasts, mushrooms, bracket fungi, plant rusts smuts and puff […]

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Columbus Ohio Allergy and Immunology Physician Credentialing

Columbus Ohio Allergy and Immunology Physician Credentialing

It is well known that Columbus Ohio Allergy physicians require extensive training to become board certified.  Allergy and asthma specialists require an undergraduate degree, four years of medical school, three years of residency training in either pediatrics or internal medicine, and two to three years of allergy and immunology fellowship training. After completing all the […]

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Spring Pollen Allergy Ohio

Spring Pollen Allergy Ohio

Spring is arriving in Ohio, which means that Spring pollen season is also arriving.  Some who suffer from allergy have experienced symptoms a little earlier than usual this year.  The mild weather of this year likely extended the growing season for spring pollen allergy Ohio.  This and the warmer ground temperatures that have occurred in […]

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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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Food Allergy Support Groups

Food Allergy Support Groups

When your child is diagnosed with a food allergy, it can be a stressful and scary time. Friends and family might not always understand and you will likely have questions and concerns. How will we handle parties and potlucks? What about school? What’s the best way to store and carry life-saving medication? Can we ever […]

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