Concerned about when to get your allergy shot this holiday season? Here is a list of our office closings for our Annual Company Christmas Party, Christmas, and New Year’s this holiday season. As it grows colder, please check our Facebook page for severe weather closings. Holiday Party Closings: Closing Early on Friday, December 14- Main
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Dr. Sublett spoke to Insider Louisville’s Darla Carter about an asthma drug, Primatene Mist that is being re-released to stores soon. This drug was previously pulled from the market due to environmental reasons but was recently approved by the FDA. However, many medical professional groups have come out cautioning people with asthma from seeking to
We are excited to announce that effective December 3, 2018, Kentuckiana Allergy join Family Allergy & Asthma. The physicians at Kentuckiana Allergy will continue to provide patient care at all of their current locations and patients will continue to see their usual doctor.
Family Allergy & Asthma has acquired Kentuckiana Allergy, Louisville Allergy & Asthma, and Alleviate Allergy & Asthma. After the acquisitions are final, Family Allergy & Asthma will have 27 board-certified allergist and more than 35 offices throughout Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio. Kentuckiana Allergy has 5 allergists serving 8 offices throughout Louisville Metro and the Southern
Dan Wells invited Dr. Franxman back again to discuss Halloween allergy & asthma safety tips just in time for trick-or-treating. Learn about Common Halloween Allergy Concerns
Dr. Warrier was on WKYT’s morning program to discuss Halloween and the Teal Pumpkin Project. Teal Pumpkin Project and Halloween Safety Tips The Teal Pumpkin Project as a local food allergy awareness campaign; in 2014 it was launched nationally. The Teal Pumpkin Project “promotes inclusion of all trick-or-treaters” during Halloween events. Those participating can place a
Dr. Tim Franxman talked to Dan Wells on Fox19 about how to deal with seasonal allergies. Many are dealing with sniffling, watery eyes, and headache symptoms that are causing people to feel miserable this time of year. Stuffy noses, sinus pressure, and headaches may be an immune response to allergens in our environment. This time
Egg allergy is not a barrier to get the flu vaccine. Flu season starts in the fall and can last until early spring, which means we will soon offer the flu shot in our offices. Previously, those with the egg allergy were advised to get a specific flu shot because most versions contain a tiny
We’re excited to announce that on Monday, October 22nd, we are moving our Lexington East, Kentucky allergy office to a new location. Our new office is located just down the road in the Andover Shoppes. The new office will continue to serve patients with allergies and asthma in Lexington and the surrounding areas of Fayette
Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer, and it has come and gone meaning fall is not too far away now. However, those with fall allergies may already be feeling the pollen as our counts have steadily risen over the last few weeks. What allergens are high in the fall? Weed pollen and mold