The Complete Guide to Florida Fall Allergy Season 2021

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Most people in Florida look forward to autumn with its pumpkin spice lattes, mild sun and cooler air. But if you’re one of the estimated 40 million fall allergy sufferers in the U.S., this time of year can be very unpleasant. It doesn’t have to be that way, though… With the proper precautions and correct…

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Is it the Flu, Cold, or Allergies: How to Tell The Difference

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Updated: Nov 2021 — to address questions and concerns about the novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Please see our message about COVID19 procedures at our clinics Feeling run down and stuffed up? Are your eyes itchy and your nose running? One thing is for sure—you’re not feeling like yourself. But are you suffering from allergies, the…

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Everything You Need to Know About Allergic Rhinitis in Jacksonville

We recently talked about dealing with pollen allergies here in Jacksonville and we’re well into hay fever season. Many of our patients suffer from allergic rhinitis triggered by seasonal allergens. With that being said, here is some helpful information about allergic rhinitis, for our Jacksonville, Orange Park and St. Johns patients. What is Allergic Rhinitis…

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When to Contact an Allergist vs ENT

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It’s common for people with allergy symptoms to go directly to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor for treatment. ENT doctors are surgeons who are experts in resolving structural problems involving the head, face, sinuses, nose, throat and voice box.  Allergist/immunologists are expert physicians who manage inflammatory (allergic) conditions of the nose, sinuses, ears,…

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Back-to-School Tips for Parents of Allergy Sensitive Kids

It’s back-to-school time again, and if you’re the parent of a child in Jacksonville who suffers with allergies or asthma, it can also be a stressful time. Food allergies affect approximately one in 13 kids. That means that in the average classroom, there are about two students who are coping with some form of food…

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Understanding Pollen Counts: Pollen Allergy Forecasts FAQs

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Living in the Jacksonville area, you know that pollen and other allergy-causing factors can get very bad certain times of the year. In fact, tree pollen is one of the worst and most common allergens we have here in Northeast Florida. Our area produces heavy levels of tree pollen starting in January. This is much…

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Being Proactive with Allergies:

How to Prepare for Seasonal Spring Allergies When spring is in the air, we know allergy season is fast approaching. The warmer weather causes plants to bloom and release pollen into the air. If you suffer from seasonal spring allergies, you likely experience symptoms starting in January and lasting through May. Occasionally, tree pollen shows…

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Adult-Onset Allergies: Things You Need to Be Aware Of

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With spring in full swing and summer on the way, we get to enjoy the benefits warmer weather and longer days. But with warmer weather comes allergies for many people. Even if you’ve never had allergies in the past, it’s possible to develop allergies as an adult. Adult-onset allergies, such as hay fever or food…

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