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Remember MASKS ARE STILL required in all CAAC offices at all times. Thank you for understanding & complying. Also, please be patient with us Spring Allergy Season is a very busy time at all of our offices.
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  • We’re Turning 70, and Ready to Celebrate!

    Posted on: March 16, 2022

    This year we are proud and excited to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center. We are grateful to have been a part of the Charlotte regional community for so long. It truly is hard to comprehend how our practice has transformed in these past...

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  • The Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center Pollen Counter is Up and Running for 2022!

    Posted on: March 2, 2022

    Spring is upon us so welcome back to the first week of pollen counting. Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center has been proudly serving the allergy and asthma needs of Greater Charlotte for the past 70 years. And we have been the only certified pollen counter since the 1980s....

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  • What Causes Allergies Later in Life?

    Posted on: December 29, 2021

    With the back-and-forth warm weather, your allergy symptoms might have started back up. It feels like spring out and it's confusing for many. You probably have a friend or family member in your life who doesn’t understand your allergy symptoms, because they don’t have them. Perhaps they had...

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  • CHARLOTTE POLLEN UPDATE: Dr. Klimas – 11/9/2017

    Posted on: November 9, 2017

    by John T. Klimas, M.D. Date: 11/9/2017 With the frost coming in the next week or two, this will be the final pollen count for this year. Like the proverbial broken record, our most recent pollen counts (few in the past few days due to rain) have shown...

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  • Why Adults Develop Allergies

    Posted on: November 1, 2017

    How Do Adult Onset of Allergies Happen? Just like childhood allergies, we do not completely understand why some people develop allergies and others don’t.  We do know there are complex genetic and environmental factors involved.  Scientists have proposed theories about why allergies occur including the “hygiene hypothesis” that...

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  • CHARLOTTE POLLEN UPDATE: Dr. Klimas – 10/19/2017

    Posted on: October 19, 2017

    by John T. Klimas, M.D. Date: 10/19/2017 With color to some of the trees and crisp clear air, real fall weather has finally come to Charlotte. This week’s pollen counts have been very low, especially ragweed, but mold continues to be high.  We are getting close to the first frost...

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  • Reducing Allergens in Your Home During the Holidays

    Posted on: October 2, 2017

    The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) offers six tips to reduce the potential for allergens in your home during the holiday season. Click here to see the full article.

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  • From Time magazine: 11 Unexpected Spring Allergy Triggers

    Posted on: October 2, 2017

    "Avoiding flowers and trees will only get you so far during allergy season. Watch out for these surprising causes of allergy flare-ups...."  Read the entire article from Time magazine here.

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  • Study finds introducing peanuts in many infants’ diets could help avoid the allergies later in childhood

    Posted on: October 2, 2017

    A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that a diet that includes peanuts in the first year of life may greatly reduce the chance of developing peanut allergies in children at risk for getting them. To read more about this important study, click...

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  • Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)

    Posted on: October 2, 2017

    AAFA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with asthma and allergic diseases through education, advocacy and research. Learn More

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