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Eczema

Eczema is a common skin condition that affects about 30% of the US population. It is characterized by dry, scaly patches on the skin that can be itchy and irritated. Eczema is more often diagnosed in childhood, but it can affect adults as well. Flare-ups of eczema tend to occur in the winter and summer […]

Chronic Cough

As we are transitioning out of the most recent flu season and into allergy season, many individuals find themselves with a cough that has continued to linger and refuses to go away. If you have been coughing for over 8 weeks and no amount of cough medicine, cough drops, or tea has helped, there may […]

Food Allergies

Food allergies among children, as worrisome as they may be to parents, are very commonplace. Nearly 1 in every 13 children under the age of 18  in the United States are affected by food allergies, with nearly 15 million people affected nationwide (kidshealth.org). We at AIRE Medical Group understand the parental concern of properly identifying […]

Winter Rains, Allergies & What to Expect

After nearly a ten-year drought across California, an influx of heavy rains from December 2016 through March 2017 produced some of the most verdant flowers and lush greenery that Southern California had seen in decades. However, this beautiful bloom produced ugly effects on the health of individuals, specifically those with allergies and asthma. For many […]

Eczema and an Exciting New Treatment

Article Regarding New Eczema Drug, Dupixent: The Food and Drug Administration approved a drug, Dupixent, to treat people with a serious form of eczema, a potential breakthrough for people who have suffered for years without relief. But it will not come cheap. Patients often must demonstrate that other, cheaper drugs did not work before an […]

Recognizing and Treating Winter Allergies

Animals, molds and dust mites are the most common culprits. By Carah Santos, M.D. US NEWS It’s winter. Tree branches are bare, snow sprinkles the ground and the sound of children sneezing and sniffling fills the air. Is it a cold or could it be allergies? While many don’t associate the winter months with allergies, several […]

SHOULD YOUR KIDS AVOID PEANUT PRODUCTS?

New NIH guidelines on infants and peanuts may contradict everything you’ve heard before By Ariana Eunjung Cha from The Washington Post When my husband and I had our first child seven years ago, the prevailing wisdom was that babies at risk of allergies should avoid peanuts or peanut products until age 3 or older. The idea behind […]

Allergies vs Cold – How to tell the difference

Common Cold vs. Seasonal Allergies: How To Tell The Difference And Treat The Symptoms By: Lizette Borreli, Photos by: Doctor On Demand and Harris Interactive Medical Daily The arrival of spring means warmer weather, greenery, and inevitably — seasonal allergies. The fluctuation of temperatures during the transition from winter to spring means the overlap of colds and allergies. […]