In the Media

Dr. Turbyville Talks Alpha-Gal Allergies on KY Afield

Dr. Turbyville appeared on Kentucky Afield to talk about the Alpha-Gal allergy that is caused by ticks. While this allergy was first reported in 2008, it has likely been around longer. Those who have an alpha-gal allergy tend to have a delayed allergic reaction that occurs a few hours after beef, pork, or venison meat

Dr. Sivam Spoke to Good Housekeeping about Allergy Medications

Dr. Anita Sivam spoke with Good Housekeeping about the best allergy medications to take to ease your sniffles, sneezing, and itchy watery eyes during allergy season. Allergy season has hit, and that means allergy symptoms have returned for many. If you haven’t already started your medications, our doctors recommend you start now to help ease

Dr. Wes Sublett Spoke to WLKY about Allergies and COVID-19

Dr. Wes Sublett spoke with WLKY over skype about the difference between the allergies and COVID-19. Pollen is blooming in our communities and causing many to have congestion, sneezing, runny nose, coughing, and other symptoms of allergies. While some of these overlap with COVID-19, the main difference is fever, allergies do not typically cause a