Asthma And Allergy Health Tips

Allergy and Asthma Network – Advocates in Action

Staff from the Allergy and Asthma network will be traveling to Washington DC  on May 4, 2017 to advocate on issues of importance to individuals that have asthma or allergy related health concerns.  They will focus on six key issues: Safe, effective and affordable...

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Venom Immunotherapy Shortage

Dr. Theodore M. Freeman is a member of a national task force  created to address a recent shortage of  insect venom  that is available for  use in immunotherapy for those that experience severe reactions to insect stings.  This task force has published guidelines to...

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Mountain Cedar – Fact or Fiction

It is that miserable time of year again for mountain cedar allergic patients. Mountain cedar allergy causes congestion, itching of nose, eyes, ears and throat, sneezing and copious clear nasal discharge. This complex often goes by the term “Cedar Fever”,  but does...

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San Antonio Magazines reveals “Best Doctors”

Dr. Theodore M. Freeman of San Antonio Asthma and Allergy is once AGAIN listed in the list of "Best Doctors" in the current issue of San Antonio Magazine.  San Antonio Magazine states that: "Best Doctors’ team of researchers conducts a biennial poll...

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Will Allergies Cause Infections?

There are two major ways allergies increase your chance of getting an infection. Similar to our skin, our mucosal membranes act as a barrier to infections.   Mucous membranes can be found in our throat, our nostrils, our lungs, and in our GI tract.   Our skin, if not...

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Allergies

When you’re walking with your honey And your nose is kind of runny, You may think it’s rather funny, But it’S NOT! This little poem was taught to me years ago by one of my mentors, Dr Jack Selner. It is cute and the play on words makes you laugh, but the truth is it...

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Anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis is a life threatening condition that can be triggered by specific allergies. It is important to be evaluated for the cause of anaphylaxis so that the trigger can be avoided or so that you can receive immunotherapy to decrease the likelihood of anaphylaxis....

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Asthma

Yes, you and your family can still be active and enjoy the outdoors. No one should have to limit their activities because of asthma. Asthma is a condition caused by chronic (long-term, ongoing) inflammation of the airways or breathing passages of the lungs.  ...

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