The Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center Pollen and Mold Counter will return February 15, 2021.
The safety of our patients is very important to us. We want to make you aware that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a drug safety communication for Singulair (Montelukast) concerning the risk neuropsychiatric events. Singulair is commonly used to prevent asthma attacks and allergy symptoms....Read More
The health and wellness of Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center patients and staff is always our highest priority. Authorities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that the general population is at low risk for serious complications from Coronavirus exposure. Many of our patients are...Read More
When we think of spring, we think of flowers blooming, nice weather, outdoors, sports. Many Charlotte residents agree it’s our most beautiful time of year! However, for nearly one-third of you, spring is not enjoyable due to spring allergies. If you are one of over 40 million Americans who...Read More
You love your pet like a member of the family, but what happens when your pet triggers your allergy symptoms? You want to keep living with your pet, but not if that means an itchy, runny nose, congestion, coughing and sneezing all the time. What do you do?...Read More
It’s the same thing almost every single night. You brush your teeth, finish your nightly routine, climb into bed, and immediately feel congested and sneezy. If you suffer from allergies, your symptoms most likely get worse at night. This is something you share with other allergy patients. In fact, research shows that...Read More
Allergic reactions can range from annoying to severe, and any level of reaction can be stressful if you’re not sure how to deal with it. The same is true if you’ve recently had an allergy appointment, gone home, and found yourself with unanswered questions about your treatment plan....Read More
by: Beth A. Seiler, M.D. Food allergies affect approximately 6 percent of children younger than three years of age and 4 percent of adults in the United States. Those percentages may sound small at first, but according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI), more...Read More
Almost everyone has experience with allergies and some people's allergies are more serious than others. And, almost everyone’s allergies vary in their severity. You’ll likely experience more symptoms during the spring, for example, when common outdoor allergens such as pollen are more common. Even that will vary, however....Read More
What Is Rhinitis? Rhinitis can be an extremely uncomfortable condition. With symptoms like postnasal drip, sneezing and a stuffy or runny nose, this medical condition can make you less productive at work, have you seeing the doctor more often and leave you suffering from drowsiness and other side effects...Read More
For families everywhere, going to summer camp for the first time is a big deal for both the parents and child. Spending multiple nights away from home can be a significant transition for a child that is often compared to learning how to ride a bike, leaving the...Read More
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