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Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Disease (LPRD)

August 10, 2017

Heartburn is the most common symptom associated with acid reflux. But did you know there are many other symptoms that can be caused by reflux? “Silent reflux” can cause symptoms such as: a lump sensation in the throat a hoarse or raspy voice difficulty swallowing a cough throat clearing a sore throat Silent reflux is also […]

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Cold vs. Allergy

July 17, 2017

We are often asked how to distinguish between symptoms caused by allergies or a common cold. While they share common symptoms of respiratory inflammation, such as congestion, sneezing, coughing and headache, allergies and colds have some distinguishing characteristics. If you tend to get “colds” that develop suddenly and occur at the same time every year, it’s […]

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Have Hives?

April 13, 2017

Hives, medically known as Urticaria, is a disorder of the skin where histamine is aberrantly released causing blood vessels to dilate and skin problems to occur. Hives present as swollen red bumps or wheals on the skin that can change in appearance from hour to hour and itch severely. They can range from a small […]

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Gluten Free Dining Options

March 31, 2017

Have you ever been to a restaurant and find that you can’t eat anything on the menu? Do you find yourself always searching for the allergy-friendly items on the menu? Food Allergies can be a hassle when dining out. They can often eliminate many restaurant and menu options for a person. Just because you have food allergies, doesn’t mean […]

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Don’t let your ears get lazy

March 6, 2017

Don’t let your ears get lazy: Apps and tips to strengthen your hearing Exercise for the ears? We all like to joke about having “selective hearing,” but failure to listen isn’t necessarily a choice.  There are many reasons why we may mishear what someone is saying to us.  Whether it is due to a significant […]


Immunotherapy – SCIT vs. SLIT

February 23, 2017

You have completed allergy testing and your testing indicates that you do have allergies. You are considering the potential of pursuing treatment. You have tried nasal sprays and over the counter medications in the past without complete relief. Immunotherapy maybe an option for you. The two types of immunotherapy are subcutaneous immunotherapy (SCIT) or sublingual […]

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