Are you or a member of your family one of the nearly
30 to 40%
of adults and children
affected by allergies?
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Severe allergic reactions to food items, insect stings, and other allergens occur unexpectedly. If a reaction becomes life-threatening, then it is called anaphylaxis, or anaphylactic shock. This often begins with a feeling of faintness, flushing, and throat tightening. If you do not seek treatment immediately, then the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) specifies…
Arkansas Allergy & Asthma now offers testing for Penicillin in Little Rock and Conway Locations! If you think your patient has a Penicillin allergy, consider having them see an allergist at AAAC for testing. Approximately 90% of patients tested are found not to be allergic. A negative result will be followed by a controlled test…