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Preventing Mold Growth

3 important tips for preventing mold growth in your home Our Austin allergists know how important it is to keep your home environment healthy and reduce mold growth. Mold allergies can cause mild to severe symptoms, including everything from wheezing, sneezing and irritated eyes and throat to headaches, rashes and fatigue. Our Austin allergists want to provide patients with tips to help themselves and their…

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Food Allergies at School

Reading, writing and food allergies? Keeping your child safe at school Parents of children who have food allergies have a special back-to-school concern—safety. It truly takes a village to make it work. You have to communicate and engage with many people to help your child cope with his or her food allergies. Our Austin allergists recommend that parents of children with food allergies take three…

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Reduce Ragweed Exposure

Take steps to reduce your ragweed exposure The dog days of late summer bring more than hot, muggy weather to Austin-area residents—they also bring the annoying and often miserable symptoms that accompany ragweed season. Our Austin allergists can help relieve symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, runny nose and itchy watery eyes by providing medications and performing allergy ragweed testing. In addition, we provide you with…

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Preparing your child for allergy skin testing

3 ways to ease your child’s anxiety about allergy skin testing Our board-certified Austin allergists and experienced staff understand that many parents and children feel anxious when they learn that we need to conduct allergy skin testing. For many parents this fear comes from their memories of being tested. Fortunately, skin testing has evolved into a much gentler process than you may remember. Our Austin…

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Summertime and the livin’ is easy—unless you have problems with outdoor allergens!

outdoor allergies in austin

Our Austin allergists offer five tips to control the symptoms of outdoor allergens In the summer, we all like to enjoy outdoor activities, but when you have allergies, you may spend all your time sneezing and blowing your nose. Fortunately, our Austin allergists are here to share five ideas that help control outdoor allergens so you, too, can enjoy some fun in the sun. Five…

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It’s always allergy season in Austin

Seasonal Allergies in Austin

Austin has beautiful weather, and flowers and trees that bloom and bud year-round. This (achoo!) leads to a variety of seasonal allergies. While we enjoy nice weather virtually year-round, the price we pay for all that beauty is seasonal allergies during every season of the year. Our Austin allergists would like you to know more about the seasonal allergies which may be causing symptoms such…

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Welcome to the new Allergy-Free Austin website

Our Austin allergists are pleased to provide our patients with a new website filled with up-to-date information At Allergy-Free Austin, our top priority is helping people young and old breathe free by providing treatment and care for allergy and asthma problems. Our Austin allergists are also experts at diagnosing and treating eczema. Part of our commitment to patient care is providing accurate information about conditions,…

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Your Austin Allergy Doctor Prescribes Pre-Cedar Season Drops

Mountain Cedar Pollen

Feeling feverish? In Central Texas, mountain cedar trees are a likely cause of allergy symptoms that include itchy, watery eyes, a stuffy nose and sneezing. We refer to it as cedar fever because some allergy sufferers also feel fatigued and have a sore throat, clogged ears, and mild headache as well. This seasonal allergy doesn’t usually raise your temperature more than a degree, but it…

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