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Allergists Can Take the Worry Out of Peanut Allergies with Food Sublingual Immunotherapy

Sublingual immunotherapy is a process that reduces a person’s reactivity to an allergen. A dosage of the food extract is placed under the patient’s tongue, held there for 2 minutes, and then swallowed. Over time, the dose is gradually escalated so that the patient can tolerate more of the food with a decreased likelihood for an allergic reaction.  Patients must…  Read More »

Dr. Matthew Fogg Makes Availability a Priority

As the Director of Food Allergy Treatment at Allergy and Asthma Specialists, I am proud that we are the first allergists in the area to offer…  Read More »

Think You Might Be Allergic to the Flu Vaccine

The flu (influenza) is a contagious disease that spreads throughout the United States every October through May.  Each year thousands of people in the  Read More »