The first day of school is an exciting time for both children and parents. It can also be overwhelming for children with allergies and asthma. That’s why it’s important to be prepared for allergic situations your child may encounter. There are many potential allergy and asthma triggers in schools. Some triggers are difficult to avoid,… Continue Reading Prepare For Back to School With Allergies and Asthma
Allergy season is winding down, but that doesn’t mean we’ll be saying goodbye to allergies for the rest of the year. Fall brings new allergens like ragweed pollen along with dust mite and food allergies which are year-round. Fall allergy triggers are different but can cause just as many symptoms as in spring and summer.… Continue Reading Seasonal Allergy Guide: Fall
There is much that is still unknown about COVID-19 and its symptoms. While many people experience the typical symptoms of cough, fatigue, and loss of taste or smell, there are other symptoms that appear in some COVID patients. Physicians are beginning to see urticaria, also known as hives, and other rashes in COVID patients. In… Continue Reading The Link Between COVID and Hives
Do you want to reduce frown lines and crow’s feet with minimal downtime? Then you may want to consider botox! Botox is one of the most common facial rejuvenation procedures. Botox has risen in popularity in the last five years. As it becomes more popular, we want our patients to know the many benefits of… Continue Reading 5 Benefits of Botox
Did you know that allergy symptoms can occur after contact with various metals? These metals may be cobalt or chrome, stainless steel, and titanium which are common metals used for orthopedic or other implants. Nickel is also a popular metal allergy that affects between 10% and 15% of the general population. Allergy symptoms include: Swelling… Continue Reading Could You Be Allergic to Metal Implants?
The allergists at NY Allergy & Sinus Centers are here to help you decide when to get an antibody test and how to analyze your results. Continue Reading What Your COVID-19 Antibody Test Results Mean
Did you know that at least 0.2% of children and adults in the United States are allergic to sesame? This may not seem like a huge percentage, but it estimates about 1.5 million Americans with a sesame allergy. Sesame allergy approaches the prevalence rates of a number of well-known allergens such as soy and nuts.… Continue Reading Sesame to Become 9th Top Allergen in the U.S.
At NY Allergy & Sinus Centers, we offer a variety of treatment options to get you feeling better fast. Here is what you need to survive this allergy season. Continue Reading Here Is What You Need to Survive This Allergy Season
Here are some of the low-risk approved activities and ones that you should take precautions for even if you are vaccinated. Continue Reading So You’ve Received Your COVID Vaccine. Now What?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an Emergency Use Authorization for Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine in individuals 18 years of age and older. Johnson & Johnson recently completed the third and final phase of its safety and efficacy trial. The company announced that the Phase 3 ENSEMBLE study demonstrated the… Continue Reading Johnson & Johnson Releases Janssen Vaccine For Emergency Use