Doctor's Blog

  • Red Meat Allergies are on the Rise
    What is an alpha-gal allergy? The number of cases for an alpha-gal allergy, or red meat allergy, has risen over the past few years, and the cause is due to the Read more
  • Senate Bill 126: Access to Epinephrine Auto-Injectors in Public Facilities
    In 2013, Georgia became one of the first states to pass legislation authorizing public and private schools to stock a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors in their facilities (House Bill 337).  This Read more
  • Spring Allergies
    Spring is right around the corner, and now is the time to schedule a visit with your allergist.  The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) suggests five things Read more
  • Understanding Allergies
    Enjoy this kid-friendly explanation of how allergies work, and how the immune system responds in the case of an allergic reaction.  Video courtesy of eMedTV. Read more
  • Vitamin D and Food Allergies
    Vitamin D, sometimes called the ‘sunshine vitamin,’ is a nutrient essential for good health.  Not only does it maintain healthy bones, but it has an essential role in immune system Read more
  • When Should I see an Allergist?
    Asthma and allergies are two of the most common health problems in America.  Approximately 50-55 million Americans suffer from asthma, hay fever, eczema, food allergies and other allergic disorders. You should Read more
  • Why See a Pediatric Allergist?
    Children with allergies and asthma often suffer much more than a stuffy nose, itchy eyes, or shortness of breath.  Kids with allergies can experience emotional stress, sleeping difficulties, academic troubles and Read more