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More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies. However, many are still not educated about certain allergens and reactions. With so much information available, it can be hard to distinguish between what’s true and what’s false. That’s why the allergists at NY Allergy & Sinus Centers have decided to answer some common true or false… Continue Reading True or False: How Well Do You Know Your Allergies?
The Big Apple has so much to offer, including food allergies. Thankfully, there are thousands of dining options throughout the city. NYC has gluten free options in almost every restaurant as well as nut and shellfish free dishes. The allergists at NY Allergy & Sinus Centers knows how overwhelming it can be deciding on an… Continue Reading Best Allergy Friendly Restaurants In NYC
NYC has been receiving a lot of rain this week, and it’s going to continue into the weekend. While most allergy sufferers rejoice at the sound of rain because it washes away all the pollen, there are some negative effects of these showers. From the rise of humidity to the increase of mold, the rain… Continue Reading How The Rain Is Affecting Your Allergies
Many people have physical reactions after eating certain foods, but it doesn’t always mean they have a food allergy. Some physical reactions describe an intolerance instead of an allergy. A food intolerance is defined as a digestive response while a food allergy is defined as an immune system response. NY Allergy & Sinus Centers knows… Continue Reading Allergic or Intolerant: How to Detect the Difference
Summer vacations are meant for relaxation and no worries; but for families with food allergies, vacations can be stressful. From making sure to pack an Epipen or Auvi-Q,to creating a food allergy card for restaurants, additional planning is needed when trying to navigate through a food allergy on vacation. While most families with food allergies… Continue Reading Vacationing With A Food Allergy
When people think of summer, their minds instantly flee to trips to the beach and other vacations. We think of allergies. Although spring is named the allergy season, summer poses a threat as children ditch the indoors and spend their time in the sun leaving them vulnerable to insect stings and grass pollen. While outdoor… Continue Reading Allergy-friendly Summer Treats
Summer is finally here, and with it comes a new wave of seasonal allergies. Grass pollen, insect stings, and mold are the most common allergy-causing culprits this season. While most people believe that spring is the worst allergy season, symptoms can be just as bad in the summertime. While you can’t fully avoid these allergens,… Continue Reading Preparing for Summer Allergies
Although spring is almost over, the 2018 allergy season is still in full swing. Summer brings in grass pollen and dust mites, as well as insect stings. Allergic reactions can happen anywhere at any time, and it’s important to be prepared. The allergists at NY Allergy & Sinus Centers have provided a list of essential… Continue Reading Essential Allergy Products for On-The-Go
Does honey really help combat seasonal allergies? Can you get a short-haired dog that won’t cause allergy symptoms? If you suffer from allergies, it’s important to know the facts about their triggers and treatment. The allergists at NY Allergy & Sinus Centers are here to answer all of your questions and debunk these popular allergy… Continue Reading Debunking 5 Allergy Myths
Warmer temperatures bring seasonal allergies, and it seems like everyone is suffering this year…except our grandparents. Have you ever spent time outside with your grandparents and wondered why they aren’t sneezing? Older generations didn’t experience seasonal allergies like Millennials, and there are many reasons why. They Spent a Lot of Time Outside Our grandparents didn’t… Continue Reading Why Our Grandparents Didn’t Have Seasonal Allergies