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Pediatric & Adult Care

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Allergy & Asthma

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

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We all know the pain of high heels after a long day or the soreness of walking several miles in flats. Which shoes are the ones we really should be wearing? Dr. Jackqueline Sutera and Dr. Neal Blitz break down the dangers of all of our favorite shoes. Stilettos Wearing heels shifts the weight to […]

Doing two things at once, can actually help focus the ADHD brain on a primary task. Experts believe that engaging in an activity that uses a sense other than what’s required for your primary task can enhance focus and improve performance in children with attention deficit disorder. These secondary tasks are called fidgets, mindless activities […]

When one has a child who is suffering from asthma, there are often triggers that can set off a potential attack. It is imperative to not only know what the triggers are, but how to handle the situation when it occurs. The most important aspect to remember is to have the inhaler available to the […]

Instead of taking the bus to work, try walking instead! U.K. researchers found that active modes of traveling to work, such as walking or biking, were associated with a lower likelihood of obesity and diabetes. Compared with driving or taking a taxi, walking to work was associated with a 20% reduced risk of being obese […]

Below we list several common asthma triggers and how to avoid them:   Pets Up to 30% of people with asthma are allergic to household animals, according to the ACAAI. If you can’t part with your pet, keep them out of your bedroom, bathe them once a week, and wash your hands after petting them. […]