Pollen counts are updated daily from February 15 to November 15.
Did you know that 1 in 13 children have food allergies? Yes, it’s true. Sometimes, narrowing down which foods your child may be allergic to can be tough, so, we’ve put together a list of common food allergies and symptoms along with other helpful information: What Foods are Commonly Associated with Kid’s Food Allergies? While […]Read More
Serving the Charlotte area since 1952, Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center is the area’s largest asthma and allergy practice made up entirely of Board Certified physicians. We deliver patient-focused care to all ages. We are committed to educating the patient and caregiver, improving quality of life, and maintaining our own high standard of expertise and care. […]Read More
Every year, millions of children look forward to Halloween almost as much as they do Christmas or Hanukkah. They love all that candy! But kids with food allergies – and their parents — must approach Halloween with caution (and diligent label-reading!). Take a look at this article from The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN™): http://www.foodallergy.org/page/halloween-with-food-allergiesRead More
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by Michael A. Lapuente, D.O. In the Southeast, bees, wasps, yellow jackets, white faced hornets, yellow faced hornets, and fire ants are common stinging insects that can produce an allergic reaction. While a sting from these can take place at any time during the year, these insects have a tendency to become very aggressive during the late summer/early fall […]Read More
by Dr. Jennifer Caicedo, M.D. Spring in the Carolinas arrives with glorious color: brilliant blue skies, golden sunshine, dogwoods in full pink and white bloom, green leaves aplenty. The vibrancy of renewal and the pleasant sunny days make this the favorite season of many in our region. But, for many of us, Spring also brings […]Read More
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