Dr. Priya Warrier talked with WKYT to help clear up the misconception that allergies are only associated with the spring and fall. Holiday decorations can be a big cause for allergy flare-ups during these cooler months. Read the full story below: https://www.wkyt.com/content/news/Winter-allergies-Your-Christmas-tree-could-be-to-blame-565489472.html
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Opening November 6th, 2019! We are excited to announce that we are opening a new office in Noblesville, Indiana next month on November 6th. This office is located north of Indianapolis and serves Noblesville, Fishers, and the surrounding areas of Hamilton County. On-site allergy shots will be offered three days a week, and same-week appointments
It is finally starting to feel like fall, and what comes with the changing of the season, for some, is an increase in allergy and asthma symptoms. Dr. Tim Franxman, one of our board-certified allergists, dicusses why and when this change can take affect. See the full clip from FOX19 here: https://www.fox19.com/video/2019/10/08/fox-am-news-recording-vod-allergies-preparing-allergy-season/
Dr. Turbyville talks to 89.3 WFPL News Louisville about the effects climate change is having on allergy seasons. Check out this article to see why you may be experiencing allergy symptoms for longer periods of time. Hear what Dr. Turbyville had to say by checking out the article: Another Effect Of Climate Change? A Longer
We are thrilled to have expanded into Tennessee with our first office in Memphis! Dr. Phil Lieberman and the whole AAIC team are a welcomed addition to the company! Read more about the acquisition: Kentucky-based Physician Group Merges with Memphis Allergist Practice.
Millions of Americans are suffering with allergies as we get ready to roll into fall weather, because weed pollen levels are high. Dr. Sublett discussed with Wave3 News about how part of the problem is determining whether you have a seasonal cold or allergies. A lot of people just aren’t sure. One thing for certain