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Immunology

Our expert knowledge in immunology allows us to gain significant insight into your specific health conditions.

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Pediatric & Adult Care

Our services cover a broad spectrum in order to provide healthcare to children & adults.

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Allergy & Asthma

Many of our providers are highly experienced in allergy and asthma conditions.

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What are hives? Hives is the state in which your body has an outbreak of swollen, pale and red bumps on your skin. Hives are considered to be an unknown reaction of the body, but sometimes it can also be a reaction to certain allergens. Hives usually bring itching, but you might also feel burning […]

You can’t prevent a milk allergy, but you can avoid the foods that trigger a reaction. Abstaining from dairy is the obvious first step; but there are many other products that contain milk proteins and milk derivatives, such as casein. Check labels on all food products and be careful when ordering in restaurants. First off, […]

According to a new study, hand washing dishes may decrease a child’s risk of asthma and eczema, as opposed to using a washing machine. It is the latest research to support the “hygiene hypothesis,” which suggests that exposure in childhood to diverse microbes can promote a healthy immune system. Allergic reactions, including asthma and eczema, […]

New research has shed light on over 30 genes that could influence asthma and other allergic reactions. These genes affect the activity of white blood cells called eosinophils, immune cells which trigger inflammation in the airways. 30 percent of Europeans and North Americans have allergies; 10 percent of children have asthma. The antibody immunoglobin is […]

What causes milk allergy? Immune system malfunctions are responsible for all food allergies. In the case of milk allergy, the body produces immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies to attack proteins in milk that it mistakenly identifies as harmful. When the body recognizes the milk proteins a second time, IgE antibodies trigger an immune response that causes […]

Milk allergy, one of the most common allergies in children, is triggered by an abnormal immune reactions to dairy products. Cow’s milk is the most prevalent cause, but other animals’ milk can set off an allergic reaction as well. Avoiding milk products is the best treatment. Luckily, children often outgrow a milk allergy. Milk allergy […]

It’s your immune system’s job to protect you from outside invaders, such as viruses and bacteria. Sometimes, however, your immune system will produce antibodies in response to something that is not harmful at all, such as medications or certain foods. It’s response to these generally harmless irritants or allergens is called an allergic reaction.  An […]