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How to Deal with Cold Weather Asthma in Arkansas

Winter is approaching, and the weather is turning colder in Arkansas. For many children with asthma, winter can be a challenging time. The cooler temperatures and dry air of winter can affect the airways, causing an increase in asthma symptoms. Here’s a look at why cold weather asthma occurs and how to manage your child’s…

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3 Secrets to Helping Your Child with Food Allergies

  When your child is diagnosed with a food allergy, it can be overwhelming. Children often do not understand why they cannot enjoy certain foods and sometimes lack the words to be able to explain what is wrong – but there are things you can do to make the process easier. Here are the three…

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The Most Common Food Allergens and How to Avoid Them

  Food allergies are very common and they impact more than 50 million people in the United States. But they can be prevented and avoided. While food allergies are more prevalent among children, they can affect anyone and will sometimes develop in adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, roughly 4 percent…

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The Top 5 Tips for Fighting Fall Allergies in Arkansas

After the hot days of summer, fall can trigger a fresh round of allergies in Arkansas. Ragweed produces huge amounts of pollen at this time of year, while molds feast on fallen leaves. These allergens can trigger symptoms in sufferers of hay fever and childhood allergies. To keep your symptoms under control this fall, use…

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Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic Welcomes New Doctor, Lindsay Still

The Central Arkansas clinic is proud to add a talented doctor to our team of allergists. Arkansas Allergy and Asthma is proud to announce the newest addition to our team, Dr. Lindsay Still. Dr. Still recently completed her fellowship with the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, where she specialized in Allergy and Immunology.…

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