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Dr. Turbyville’s Research on the Military and Stinging Insects Published

Dr. Turbyville, an Army Veteran, has recently had his research that investigates the threat of insects to U.S. Service Members serving in Afghanistan with insect venom hypsersensitivty. Allergy to stinging insects can be a real threat for service members and Dr. Turbyville’s research aims to move research forward in the field. The findings have been

Dr. Lotz Addressing Halloween and Food Allergies in Voice-Tribune

For the six million children with food allergies, haunted houses and spooky costumes aren’t the only scary parts of Halloween. An allergic reaction from sweet treats can be rather frightening for kids and their parents alike. That’s because food allergies are on the rise and traditional Halloween candy often contains peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, egg,

Dr. Turbyville Featured in Courier-Journal Article on Fall Allergies

Fall allergy season has arrived in the Ohio Valley, along with pesky symptoms like itchy, watery eyes, nasal congestion and sneezing. Dr. Joe Turbyville discusses fall allergy season in Kentucky and offers tips. Various strategies, ranging from over-the-counter and prescription drugs to allergy shots and avoidance of allergy triggers, can help sufferers to cope, doctors